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Taharah

Taharah According to Five Schools f Islamic Law Taharah literally means purity, and in the terminology of the legists it implies the removal of  (Hadath) or (Khabath). The  latter penains to such physical impurities as blood and excrements. Hadath is a ritual condition which occurs to a person consequent to his performing an act that prohibits him from performing Prayer (Salat) and necessitates the performance […]

  • Muhammad Jawad Maghniyyah
  • Islamic Culture & Relations Organization
  • 1997
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    Taharah According to Five Schools f Islamic Law Taharah literally means purity, and in the terminology of the legists it implies the removal of  (Hadath) or (Khabath). The  latter penains to such physical impurities as blood and excrements. Hadath is a ritual condition which occurs to a person consequent to his performing an act that prohibits him from performing Prayer (Salat) and necessitates the performance of wudu or ghusl or tayammum...

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    • Muhammad Jawad Maghniyyah
    • Islamic Culture & Relations Organization
    • 1997
    • First
    • Tehran, Iran
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