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Apparently there are still many among the Muslims who do not understand the importance of thaharah (purification). As if thaharah is only part of the curriculum of Islamic studies in schools, or in the chapter Fiqh of Worship, but in practice, there are still many who have not applied it correctly in accordance with the Qur’an and As Sunnah.

What is thaharah? And what are the divisions of thaharah?

In this chapter, God willing, I will review a little about the meaning of thaharah and its distribution. May be useful.

Not all water can be used for purification. Only holy and purifying water can be used to cleanse unclean, remove small hadas and to bathe in a big shower alias.

The translation of fathul qorib on this page discusses the meaning of purification from unclean, about seven kinds of holy water that can be used to purify from unclean or from large and small hadas and four categories of water.

The Book of Purgatory

The book according to language means gathering. While according to the term is a collection of several laws.

Definition

Thoharoh comes from the word annazhofat (النظافة) which means purification. Meanwhile, according to the term means an action that makes the validity of prayer such as ablution, bathing, tayamum, and eliminating unclean. while tuharot (الطهارة) means a tool for purification.

Seven Kinds of Holy Water

There are 7 legitimate waters used forharharoh:

Sky water (falling water from the sky / rain water)

Sea water (salt water)

River water (fresh water)

Tears (water coming out of the earth)

Snow water / ice water

Well water

Dew water

The seven waters are said to be water that descends from the sky and comes out of the earth from some of the nature of the origin of the creation of water.

Four Water Categories

The water is then divided into 4 parts:

  1. The purified water is either pure (unused purified water) or mutlaq water
  2. The holy water is purified but it is used on the body not in clothing; it is heated water which magnifies a vessel not made of gold or silver. But when it is cold it loses its purity, according to the Nawawi priest, too, using hot or very cold water to make it imperfect.
  3. The holy but not purified water is the musta’mal water that has been used to remove impurities or to purify. It smells like rose water.
  4. Water stains water that is already contaminated. Stool water has two parts: (i) Water that is contaminated even though it does not change is less than two q Water; (ii) Water that is more than two qullahs but changes in good or small.

Two columns according to the size of the baghdat are 500 kathi, while according to the mere priest is 180 dirhams. according to the author of the book there is holy water but it is illegal to use or drink it is water that is used (water belonging to someone else used without permission).

Two Qulah in Liter Size

Scholars disagree on the size of 2 q in liter size. Details are as follows:

According to Dr. Wah-azuhuhi in Al-Fiqhul Islami Wa Adillatuhu (الفقه الإسلامي وأدلته) two qullah (qulah / kulah) water equals 270 liters.

2 loads around 160.5 liters (In Al-Fiqh Al-Muyassar book)

2 is about 210 liters (Al-Ashr Al-Final Interpretation book)

2 qullah is about 203,125 liters.

2 is equal to 217.11 (Najmuddin Al-Kurdish).

2 quarts equals 160.5 liters (Abdullah Al Faqih in islamweb.net) Sumber: alkhoirot

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