Fion Dazi

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Prophet (pbuh) said: “Purity is half the faith.” Salat (prayer) is the most important form of worship in Islam. According to Prophet (pbuh), God does not accept any prayer without purification of the body. That is why performing #WADU (ablution), which is almost a semi-bath, has been held compulsory.

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410 days ago

Prophet (pbuh) said: “Purity is half the faith.” Salat (prayer) is the most important form of worship in Islam. According to Prophet (pbuh), God does not accept any prayer without purification of the body. That is why performing #WADU (ablution), which is almost a semi-bath, has been held compulsory.

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FionDazi 410 days ago

Aisha (radiallahu anha) narrates that on Fridays people used to come to #Madina from far-off places covered with dust & perspiration. On seeing this the Prophet (pbuh) said to one of them: “I wish you had purified yourself today.”

FionDazi 410 days ago

Taking bath in the morning is a natural human requirement. This natural requirement is certainly taken care of in Islam, which is a religion of nature in the real sense of the word.

FionDazi 410 days ago

The Prophet (pbuh) & his companions used to take a bath daily. In those days bathing before Fajr (dawn) was prevalent. Usman, the 3rd caliph used to take a bath every day (though they were in desert & finding water was difficult)