It's waste matter. Unless is comes from camels, of course, in which case it's medicine.sum wrote:I am not sure whether his guidance also applies to urine.
To be fair, I suspect all those examples come from the hadiths. Whether due to failing memories, fantasies by the writers, embodiment of yet more pre-Islamic Arab beliefs or false-flag operations, if it doesn't discredit Mo it certainly invalidates the hadiths: and with them a massive chunk of Islamic belief and practice.manfred wrote:What I find really quite incredible that Mohammed had no problems or scruples about giving advice on issues he knew very little about and which he could have realised that one day people would understand much much better than he did.
One such area is medicine. He made a whole host of daft assertions related to medicine, seemingly unaware that unlike claims about invisible angels his comments on medical matter can be researched and found to be wrong.
I mean we have the fly in the water thing, the camel urine, the comment on why some children resemble their mothers and other their fathers, the origin or sperm and quite a few more...
To me that suggests either a man of quite limited intelligence or of incredible pride, or even both.
Yes, especially if we have Mo's OCD!sum wrote:It appears that old age in the muslim world is going to be a very trying time. We are all reminded that nothing happens but Allah wills it. Is Allah responsible for incontinence and "dribbles" with the associated difficulty in keeping clean all the time?
Or a promising candidate for President Of The United States Of America. For either party!sum wrote:Muhammad was a con man who was a master of mob psychology. He was obviously a man who was very persuasive and today would have been a very successful second hand car salesman.
The left over water after Istinjaa is paak only if there is no impurity in it.
"At the beginning of Istinja, it is preferable to use toilet paper three times.
If Istinjaa is being done on a hot day, then the person should start from the front to the back ...
If Istinjaa is being done on a cold day, then he should begin from the back to the front. ...
Temperature can be very important. Do you remember the old rude song "In Mobile"? Part of it goes...(on reflection, I've put it behind a spoiler)...M85 wrote:Strange the difference here between a warm\cold day, front to back vs. back to front. Good grief. Somehow, someway this must be a very important detail, one that should not be overlooked.
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