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Chapter 36. Not Freeing Oneself Of All Traces Of Urine

Almighty Allah says

And thy garments keep free from stain! (Al-Mudathir: 4)

On the authority of Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them both) who said that the Prophet (pbuh) passed by two graves and said,

"The two are being tormented, and not for anything excessive: one of them did not free himself of traces of urine, while the other was a talebearer.” [Bukhari]

The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) also said,

"Purify yourselves from the remaining dirty after urination, for most of the torment in the grave is inflected because of inattention about this matter.” [Daraqutni]

Assuredly, the acceptance of prayer depends on purifying one's clothing and body from dirty.

In his Al-Hilyah, Al-Hafiz Abu Na'im reported on the authority of Shufai Ibn Mati Al-Asbahi that the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said,

"Four men would increase the harms of the people of the Hell-fire; moving from the Hamim and the Jahim (different places in Hell-fire) and pleading for woe and destruction. The people of Hell would ask one another why those men increase our harm." He (the Messenger) said, "One of the four men is being put in an ark of heated stones, the second one dragging his bowels, the third one vomiting blood and pus while the fourth one is eating his flesh. Then the first one who is being put in on ark of heated stones would be asked about his guilt. Thereupon he would say I used to consume the property of others and my life come to one and without repaying those rights to its people. The same would be done with the second who would explain that he used to neglect washing the remaining dirty off his body after urination. The same would be done with the third one who would declare that he used to enjoy the evil utterance as he enjoys the immoral acts. The same, also, would be done with the fourth who would disclose that he used to backbite and slander others.” [Abi Abd Ibn Ad-Duniyah in the book of As-Samt]

Chapters

Chapter 1

Ascribing Associates To Allah, the Most High (Shirk)

Chapter 2

Killing A Human Being

Chapter 3

Sorcery

Chapter 4

Not Performing The Prayer

Chapter 5

Not Paying Zakat

Chapter 6

Breaking One's Fast During Ramadan Without An Excuse

Chapter 7

Not Performing the Hajj when Able to

Chapter 8

Showing Disrespect to One's Parents

Chapter 9

Severing the Ties of One's Relatives

Chapter 10

Adultery

Chapter 11

Sodomy

Chapter 12

Accepting Usurious Gain

Chapter 13

Wrong Consuming An Orphan's Property

Chapter 14

Lying About The Prophet

Chapter 15

Fleeing From The Battlefield

Chapter 16

The Leader Who Misleads His Followers, The Tyrant And The Oppressor

Chapter 17

Arrogance, Pride, Conceit, Vanity And Haughtiness

Chapter 18

Bearing False Witness

Chapter 19

Drinking Alcohol

Chapter 20

Gambling (qimar)

Chapter 21

Accusing A Woman Of Adultery

Chapter 22

Misappropriating Spoils Of War, Muslim Funds Or Zakat

Chapter 23

Theft

Chapter 24

Highwaymen Who Menace The Road

Chapter 25

The Engulfing Oath

Chapter 26

Taking People's Property Through Falsehood

Chapter 27

Collecting Taxes

Chapter 28

The Consumption of Haram

Chapter 29

Suicide

Chapter 30

Telling Lies

Chapter 31

The Dishonest Judge

Chapter 32

Bribery

Chapter 33

Women Imitating Men And Vice Versa

Chapter 34

The Pimp and the one Who Permits His Wife to Fornicate

Chapter 35

Marrying Solely To Return To The Previous Husband

Chapter 36

Not Freeing Oneself Of All Traces Of Urine

Chapter 37

Showing Off In Good Work

Chapter 38

Learning Sacred Knowledge For The Sake Of This World, Or Concealing It

Chapter 39

Breach of Trust

Chapter 40

Reminding Recipients of Ones Charity To Them

Chapter 41

Disbelieving In Destiny (qadar)

Chapter 42

Listening To People's Private Conversations

Chapter 43

The Talebearer Who Stirs Up Enmity Between People

Chapter 44

Cursing Others

Chapter 45

Breaking Promises or Pledges

Chapter 46

Believing Fortune Tellers And Astrologers

Chapter 47

Wife Rebelling Against Her Husband

Chapter 48

Picture Making