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Being Clean

We all know that particles of dirt
are harmful for our

and that we must be careful
of them.

For example, the urine and faeces
of human-beings are

and the religion of Islam
calls these "najis", meaning

Islam tells us:
"If these pollute our body or clothing,
we must wash our
body and clothes with water in
order to make it clean.

It is
also important that the body and
the clothes of a person
wishing to perform the prayer must
be perfectly clean.

*TO eat food that is impure is
forbidden and sinful.

*Whenever we go to the toilet,
we must sit in such a way
that drops of urine do not get
on our clothes, for drops of
urine, however small, make clothing
and the body impure.

We must also clean the outlet of
faeces, too.

This we do
either with three pieces of paper
or with water (pouring the
water with our right hand and washing
with the left.)

After coming out from the toilet,
it is good that we wash
our hands with soap and water.

*To pass urine or faeces while
facing the qibla.

or with
one's back to the qiblh, is forbidden
and sinful.

We must squat to pass urine.

not do it standing.

Our Holy Prophet has told us:
"Don't pass urine while standing."

*And we mustn't go to answer the
call of nature next to
rivers and streams.

nor under fruit
trees, nor streets or lanes.

The religion of Islam is a clean
religion, and tells us:
"Cleanliness is a part of religion."

A young Muslim works hard to keep
his body and clothes
pure, and he is always clean.

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