الثلاثاء، 17 مايو 2016
Purging the Vessel from the Saliva of the Dog
Abu-Horaira said that the Prophet peace be upon him said: (To purify one's vessel licked by a dog, he should wash it seven times, the first time is with dust) and Abu-Horaira said that the Prophet also said: (If a dog licked in one's vessel, he should clear it then washes it seven times) [Narrated by Muslim].
The explanation of Hadith:
The two Hadith refer to the importance of clearing and purging the vessel that is licked by a dog by washing it seven times of which the first time is by dust. We can conclude from the Hadith that dust contains an antiseptic substance, the dog's saliva contains pathogens and that the vessel couldn't be cleaned except by washing it with dust and water.
Scientists have revealed a strange fact which is the presence of an antiseptic substance in dust. When the scientists studied the composition of dust, they have found that it contains substances that if mixed with bacteria and germs, they overcome them immediately and that the dog's saliva contains pathogens for humans that couldn't be cleaned except by dust…….
So Glory to God!
The point of inimitability:
It is shown from the Hadith that the Prophet peace be upon him has referred to a scientific fact that wasn't discovered except in the 20th century and this indicates that He peace be upon him doesn't say anything from himself but He always says what God be he exalted taught him as He peace be upon him lived in the seventh century when no one was aware of this medical fact.
It was scientifically proven that the dog's saliva contains a number of bacteria and viruses in its saliva and it is impossible to purify the vessel from the it except by washing it several times by water and once by dust and Prophet Mohammad peace be upon him said the truth when he referred to this scientific fact in his words: (To purify one's vessel licked by a dog, he should wash it seven times, the first time is with dust).
Al-Sha'm is originally written and pronounced al-Sha'm and means "the North" with relation to the Hijaz, covering the lands of present-day Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, and Jordan from the Euphrates to Sinai
The Prophet said: "Blessings to al-Shâm, blessings to al-Shâm, blessings to al-Shâm!" (yâ tûbâ li al-Shâm). They asked why and he replied: "Because the wings of the angels of the Merciful are lowered over it." (Narrated from Ibn `Umar by al-Bukhari, al-Tirmidhi (hasan sahîh gharîb), and Ahmad with three chains, one of which with the addition: "And in it [Najd] are nine tenths of all evil.")
The Prophet said: "It shall reach the point when you will all be joining [opposite] armies: one army in al-Shâm, one in Yemen, and one in Iraq." `Abd Allah ibn Hawala said: "Choose for me, O Messenger of Allah! in case I live to see that day." The Prophet said: "You must join al-Shâm, for it is the chosen land of Allah in His earth. In it shall the chosen ones among His servants have protection. Otherwise, go to Yemen but be prepared to drink from still water. For Allah has given me a guarantee concerning Shâm and its people." (In Ibn Hajar, Fath al-Bari (1959 ed. 13:48).)