Ṭahāra

كتاب الطهارة

Book of Purity



1 - The washing of the forearms

2 - The wiping of the head

3 - Does the man wipe his head with the leftover of his arms?

4 - The wiping of the ears

5 - The wiping of the bald person

6 - Someone who forgot the wiping upon the head

7 - Someone who forgot the wiping while there is wetness in his beard

8 - How the woman wipes her head

9 - The washing of the feet

10 - Someone who steps on dry or wet foulness

11 - The man leaving off one of his limbs (in the wuḍū)

12 - How many times are the washings in the wuḍū?

13 - What the wuḍū and the prayer atones

14 - What the wuḍū removes of sins

15 - Does one do wuḍū for every prayer or not?

16 - Wuḍū in the copper (vessel)

17 - What has come regarding hide that has not been tanned

18 - Hides of the dead animal when it has been tanned

19 - Wool of the dead animal

20 - The fat of the dead animal

21 - Bones of the elephant (ivory)

22 - Hides of predatory animals

23 - Wuḍū from the purification vessels

24 - The wuḍū of men and women together

25 - The water which dogs and predatory animals come to

26 - Nothing renders water impure and what has come regarding that

27 - The well in which the riding animal fell

28 - The remaining drink (su’r) of the mouse

29 - The mouse that dies in tallow

30 - The mouse that dies in the jar

31 - The gecko that dies in tallow

32 - The dung beetle and what is similar to it

33 - Urine in still water

34 - The water which the junub touches or enters

35 - What sprinkles in the vessel from the wuḍū and the ghusl

36 - Wuḍū from seawater

37 - The dog lapping in the vessel

38 - The remaining drink (su'r) of the cat

39 - The remaining drink of the riding animals

40 - The remaining drink of the woman

41 - The remaining drink of the menstruating woman

42 - Touching the armpit

43 - Wuḍū from touching the penis

44 - Touching the groins and the testicles

45 - Touching the posterior

46 - Someone who touches someone else’s penis

47 - Touching the donkey, the dog, and dung

48 - Touching blood and the junub

49 - Touching raw meat and blood

50 - Touching the cross

51 - Trimming the mustache and clipping the nails

52 - Wuḍū from speech

53 - Wuḍū from sleep

54 - Sleeping in the prayer and when the insane person comes to his senses

55 - Wuḍū from the nūra

56 - Wuḍū from the kiss, the touch, and skin-to-skin contact

57 - Wuḍū from vomit and reflux

58 - Wuḍū from the ḥadath

59 - The man for whom it is ambiguous in the prayer whether he has had a ḥadath or not

60 - Doubt regarding the wuḍū prior to praying

61 - Someone who doubts regarding his limbs

62 - Wuḍū from blood

63 - The man spitting some blood

64 - The nosebleed

65 - The wound that does not cease bleeding

66 - The drop of urine and sprinkling the urethra when one has found wetness

67 - Madhī (prostatic fluid)

68 - Wiping on bandages and wounds

69 - Worms coming out from the person

70 - Who said that wuḍū is not done from what the fire has touched

71 - What has come regarding what the fire has touched with vehemence

72 - Wuḍū from hot water

73 - Rinsing the mouth from what one has eaten of fruit and what the fire has touched

74 - Rinsing the mouth from drinks

75 - Wuḍū with nabīdh

76 - Wuḍū from cupping and shaving

77 - The man having a ḥadath in the midst (of performing) his wuḍū

78 - Wiping with the kerchief

79 - Wuḍū with saliva

80 - The man doing wuḍū from the vessel when it has spent the night uncovered

81 - Wuḍū of the amputee

82 - The saying when one has finished from the wuḍū

83 - Wiping upon the khuffs and the turban

84 - Wiping upon the cap

85 - Wiping upon the khuffs

86 - Wiping upon the socks and sandals

87 - Wiping upon the socks

88 - Wiping upon the sandals

89 - For how many (days) does one wipe upon the khuffs

90 - Wiping upon them from the ḥadath

91Taking off the khuffs after wiping

92 - Which earth is most wholesome

93 - How many strikes are in the tayammum

94 - How many (prayers) can one pray with a single tayammum

95 - One who does not find dirt doing tayammum with something else

96 - One who does tayammum then finds water

97 - Taking off the khuffs after wiping

98 - Wiping upon the khuffs

99 - Wuḍū of the sick

100 - When one has not found water

101 - The man who janāba afflicts in a cold land

102 - The beginning of the tayammum

103 - One who does tayammum then passes by water, does he do wuḍū?  And does one do tayammum for the voluntary (prayers)?

104 - The man teaching the tayammum, does it suffice for him?

105 - The traveler fearing thirst while he has some water with him

106 - The man who janāba afflicts while he has of water what he (can) do wuḍū with

107 - The man who janāba afflicts while there is with him of water the amount by which he could wash his face, his hands, and his genitals

108 - The man having intercourse with his wife in travel while there is no water with him


(to be continued, in sha Allah)