44 good sunnah rules to follow

21 07 2009

This post is a follow-up to the post Sunni salafis, camels and cars , and also apposite to the post on Bedu.

Sunnah is following what the prophet did, it is a good thing for a muslim to try and learn from the prophets life. However, it appears that a very large part of the prophet’s sunnah is completely forgotten.
Or ignored.
What is sunnah can be determined by studying the life of the prophet, the hadith. And there are many instances of worthwhile behaviour to follow in these stories, and sometimes they contradict the quran. ”Think for yourself” is what pops into my mind.
The problem is that I see a lot of cherry-picking going on. And when it comes to women the many positive sunnah are completely ignored and the negative ones hailed as a command from God. Modern muslims even habitually indulge in this, and in KSA they have laws which contradict the example of the prophet almost categorically. And don’t underestimate this: Saudi Arabia is after all the country where the two holy mosques are situated and for that single reason many muslims look at KSA as an example.
I will provide a list of important stuff I got out of reading the Quran and hadith which for some reason I do not see followed, especially not by those who claim to be perfectly following the sunnah,
This is also sunnah:

  1. Women conduct business
  2. Women own big international businesses
  3. women have honour and dignity equal to men
  4. men are employed by women and have no problems following their orders
  5. women are trusted
  6. be married to one woman and stay faithful to her
  7. go to your wife for advice and follow it
  8. women make their own decisions about their own lives
  9. women propose to men for marriage
  10. women choose whom they want to marry
  11. women put into their marriage contract that they don’t want their husband to marry more wives. Men keep to that promise
  12. women don’t pay back their mahr if they instigate divorce
  13. women ride/drive their own means of transport
  14. Women and men divorce if they are totally unhappy and marry again without having stigma’s attached to them
  15. Men marry divorcees, or widows with children and treat them well
  16. men marry  women who are older then they are
  17. women don’t have to be virgins to be regarded with respect and desired as good marriage partner
  18. women fight in battles
  19. women lead armies in the battlefield
  20. men help women in their household chores
  21. men clean their own clothes, milk their own sheep, and do their own chores
  22. answer an insult with a humurous remark instead of chopping heads off or burn stuff
  23. men treat women with respect and never, ever, ever, beat them
  24. women go out where they want, whenever they want
  25. give water to a starving dog (and get a free ticket to heaven)
  26. own a dog
  27. let your dog eat out of your own soup bowl then clean it well afterwards
  28. own a cat
  29. don’t disturb sleeping cats
  30. be kind and considerate to animals, all animals
  31. men and women pray together in the mosque
  32. men and women attend seminars and discuss stuff (together)
  33. people who have sinned but have truly repented will not be punished
  34. actions are but intentions, and this is between you and God. humans cannot see what’s in other humans hearts and minds
  35. when you smile it is charity
  36. laugh often, smile much
  37. have fun, make lots of jokes
  38. you can sing
  39. a muslim woman can ask for her intended husband to convert to islam as her mahr
  40. everybody in the Ummah (community, ummah al-Dawrah) is equal, regardless of their race, colour or origin
  41. be kind and indulgant to children, the prophet used to even shorten the prayer when he heard a child cry
  42. love overcomes hatred, forgiveness overcomes agression
  43. speak a good word, or else be silent
  44. Moderation in all: charity, eating, dressing and worship. Avoid extremes.

Fatema, who ruled Hail from 1911 to 1914




41 responses

22 07 2009

Very good sunnah list! Esp when it comes to marriage 🙂
I need to understand better what you mean by

No 12. Under what circumstances does a woman not pay back the mehr?

No 19. Besides Aishah,I’ve no idea which other woman went to battle? As far as I read(can’t remember exactly),the Prophet foresaw this and even commented indirectly about this.But wheather it was meant to be positive,I’m unclear.

No 26. Own a watchdog, yes.But for leisure?

The pic of Fatemah ruling from 1911 to 1914,how’s that sunnah? 🙂
Sorry for the queries! But I’m a learner 🙂

22 07 2009

Lat, in sura nisaa it says that women can ask for divorce but it doesnt say theyhave to give back the mahr, only that it might be nice if the husband is very poor. But nowadays people tell you you can only divorce if you give the mahr back.

19, women went to battle, there is a story how one woman killed a Jew and called the men cowards. Aïscha led the battle of the camel. point is: if only one woman went to battler with the approval of the prophet, then it is sunna for women to go to battle.

26 A dog is sleeping with the people in the cave in the sura, it wasn’t on the watch, it was also sleeping, and the angels had no problem with that. dogs are mentioned in hadith, one peed in the mosque and the prophet said not to make a fuss and pour some water over it and it would be ok. there is a hadith which claims that after you have fed your dog out of your own bowls you should wash thm well. And the poor starving stray which was given water earned a human a trip to heaven, and that was certainly not a guarddog.
So whatever, you can have a dog.

of course i am also cherrypicking, but from the other end of the spectrum as is usually done.

I put up the pic of Fatema because I like it, and to illustrate an Arab woman from not so long ago, who ruled a province, so apparently it was not against sunnah in 1914!!! to have a woman rule She was dressed modestly but not excessively so, nothing like what saudi woman are made to wear nowadays, and who looked like a very strong and self posessed woman.
Just as a reminder that all the salafi crap women have to endure now in Saudi Arabia, isn’t really how it has always been.
Besides cherry picking, salafis also like to indulge in history falsification.

22 07 2009

Aafke, can you please provide a link to # 27?

For some reason, I am under the impression that dogs were owned for protection, travelling companions (and of course treated in the best manner) but that if you own them, you don’t let them into the house because their spit is not pure…

I’m not sure about my references either so I’d like to know if you have one so I can pick my side.

For the post, ah I love you Aafke 😉 Its great to see all the good things Islam said about women listed down 😀

22 07 2009

Keeping dogs as pet is fully allowed in Malaki madhab. It is only the other 3 schools of sunni fiqh that are so strict about it. Emaratis are mostly Malakis and I have seen many local families with dogs – they don’t walk them because they are lazy 😀 But dogs live with them and are treated with love and care.

Shafi and Hanafi madhabs are the strictest about dogs, a concept that Malakis don’t understand because there is a hadith where a dog peed inside a mosque in Medina and the Prophet put sand over it and led the prayer without kicking the dog out or ordering that the entire masjid be sanitized. There are also numerous instances where dogs (in the GCC its Salukis) have brought back a hunted animal in their mouths and there hasn’t been enough water to clean the prey but it is still halal to eat it. Malakis don’t make a fuss if their dogs eat out of their plates; they just wash them 7 times as instructed by the Prophet.

The link to dogs in the cave is from Sura al-Kahf the 18th surah. The dog is one of the ‘companions’ (Ashabu Al-Kahf) and as Aafke mentions is not a guard dog but one of the inhabitants.

Excellent list, Aafke!

22 07 2009

specs, I think there is so much about dogs being ”unclean” that these feelings are in the backgrounds of your thoughts because you have always been told that dogs, and especially their saliva is unclean.
However, there is nothing in the Quran which points to anything unclean about dogs, and not really in the hadith either,

#27 is based on one hadith which stated that after you have fed your dog from your own pots and pans/ bowl, you should clean it thoroughly. there are different versions, ranging from 3 times, to one which states 6 and once with sand, this last, ritual cleaning is the one narrated by AbuHaraira. I don’t like Abu Haraira; he is reported to have made up hadith and both Aïscha and Omar Ibn Khattib are reported to have complained to him about it. You just put everything together; the most severe, and sometimes ridiculous hadith against women are from him.

Anyway, on this one version of a hadith, mentioning ritual cleaning, and ignoring all the other milder versions, scholars embroider on like this:
-if you have to clean your bowls ritually,
-then that must be because dog’s saliva must be unclean (read Achelois excellent comment) and therefore
-dogs must be unclean, and therefore
-dogs are haraam, and therefore
-you are forbidden to own a dog

All based on one hadith which was in my opinion enhanced by a bloke who spend only the last three years with the prophet but has been the most prolific hadith recounter, and as we can see from his hadith with a clear bias, if not hatred, against women and dogs.

Because people really need dogs in some instances, for hunting, herding, protection, they then softened the ruling that dogs are unclean by grudgingly adding that if it’s purely a working dog it’s sort of allowed.

I know my way of mulling over things is not to everybody’s liking but when I started this blog it was always my intention to be absolutely honest, both about what I think, and how I think it.

I did not provide the sura’s and the many hadith my personal sunnah-list is based on, (but each and every point is truly based on the hadith, and one or two on the quran) because I freak out when people start quoting endless sura’s and hadith to me, it would make the post very boring and difficult to read, I am lazy, and most of all:
the sub-moral of this post is: ”Think For Yourself”
And I don’t think that a naughty infidel fitnah kaffir lady needs to point out to her trained muslims friends where it comes from; they should know better than me .

I will put my collection of reasons why dogs are nothing bad or impure in Islam in a post soon. 🙂

22 07 2009

Achelois, thank you for your excellent informative comment.
The dog is actually couted as a full member of the company, not so many people and a dog, no, it was counted as a full member and that, in a subconcious level, gives a lot of credit to a dog.
Also, the angels had apparently no problems entering the cave even though there was a dog in there, nor did they freak out when they noticed it. So if a hadith states that angels won’t enter a house where there is a dog, I wonder why the quran states that angels cheerfully spend time in the cave where there is a dog.
Another instance of Quran versus hadith and I do wonder why so many muslims consider the hadith to have more weight as the holy Quran.

And I’m always very pleased when you like my ramblings 🙂

22 07 2009

Abu Huraira was named after a cat – no wonder he hated dogs. Abu Huraira means father of a female kitten. After the Prophet’s death he insisted that the Prophet used to call him Abu Hurair (father of a male kitten) and not Abu Huraira. What does that tell people?! Does anyone think about that?! For three years he was called Abu Huraira and suddenly after the Prophet could no longer challenge him he began to say that the name the Prophet gave him was different. If he could make that up what else he would have made up! He was always changing his religions and its amazing how he overpowers the hadith collections.

Dr. Khalid Abu Fadl has a whole chapter on dogs and their permissibility in his book Speaking in God’s Name. Its an excellent read.

I like how you explain what one hadith has led to, Aafke.

22 07 2009


Not the usual list forwarded by people (eg. “Eat dates and chew three times from right side of the mouth”) but thought provoking list with women, dogs, cats and battles.

I like it!

22 07 2009

My comment was cursed – it all went bold!

22 07 2009
Taha Ahmed

very nice information, that never hit me even as a practicing Muslimeen. It is our ignorance that we are straying fromthe Sunnah…..idiotts these days are ignoring them and are giving Islam a very bad example

22 07 2009

Aafke – love #7 and #20. good job publish more like it also like 36,37 and 38 makes for a much more pleasenter environment. and i’m truly surprised noone lopped your head off after the recent 2 posts 🙂 you are quite capable of defending yourself. and if you need help you just have to yell adn we’ll send our best and brightest man across the pond to do your dirty work for you .

22 07 2009

Achelois, (whispering in your ear now) I have been thinking that Abu Haraira only feigned a liking for cats, because the prophet liked cats, so as to ingratiate himself with the prophet. And I think the prophet was indulgent and merciful, and counted on him becoming a better man over time. Yes, these are completely unfounded imaginary brain musings, but this is what’s in my head.

This blog is under control of an AI intelligence, and it quite rightly considered your comment so interesting, it needed to be bold….

Have you noticed the emoticons are back to normal?

Mezba, there really are more important sunnah then what to chew how… Sheesh! there’s really a ruling on how to chew a date????????????

Radha, I am scared! Please send F! And join him!!!

Taha Ahmed, Welcome to my blog 🙂 Glad you enjoyed the list. 🙂

23 07 2009

Awesome post! I really enjoyed reading it. I might link to it. Do you mind?

23 07 2009

Now thanks to both Aafke and Achelois,I’m more madhably doggy learned 🙂

I know that the maliki scholar was the earliest of the four.Then why the other madhabs adopted a more stricter view of dogs than his?Could it be their cultural background?

I have never come across a muslim household that kept a dog for a pet in this cosmopolitan region.There was even a case where a muslim cab driver who refused to allow a customer to bring his dog along for the ride! One wonders weather it is the dog or the 7 cleaning ritual washing that puts him off!
And then of course there’s my irritating neighbour who lets his dog pee right on my doorstep and not do anything about it!

I agree with what you said about that ancient ruler of Hail,Fatemah.Yes,she’s a strong and self-possessed but also kind of ugly! 😀

23 07 2009

Btw,the battle of the camel took place after the prophet’s demise.So how did he give his approval? :mrgreen:

23 07 2009

Lat, I had a dog – for 5 years and we lived in a flat and not a house and everyone in our house prayed five times a day on time (including Fajr) and we celebrated Ramadan and Eids. The dog was always a part of our celebration 😀

My Shia Iranian friend has a dog in her flat. Her family loves the dog. Organica’s sister owns a small dog (the pet kind and not the guard dog type). Khalid Abou Fadl who is an Islamic scholar, delivers khutbahs, writes books on Islam and is a practicing Muslim owns two huge dogs that follow him around.

An Islamic studies professor who is now a friend is a bearded fellow in thob and all and he has a dog which he leaves in his car when he goes to pray five times at the mosque!

Dogs carry the same germs a cat does. In fact a cat’s litter can kill a human fetus or cause deformities in it or because of toxoplasma can affect human lungs which is why pregnant women are asked not to clean cats’ litter trays. Cat scratch fever is fatal and cats become rabid too so their saliva is just as dangerous. If a cat contaminates food or water and if its infected it can lead to a spectrum of zoonotic diseases in humans. Thus if a cat licks food off your plate, one must wash it seven times as well!

Yes, Battle of Camel took place years after the Prophet’s death and that is when years later a Companion suddenly remembered that the Prophet had said that a nation ruled by a woman is doomed. But it still didn’t mention whether or not women could fight in battles even though after what Hind bint Utbah did to Hamzah liver the Prophet should have completely banned all women from even stepping as much as a toe in the battlefield!

I always wonder – if Khadija had lived longer and if she had wanted to become leader of a clan/tribe/group in Medina, would the Prophet had prohibited her?

23 07 2009

curious moslima, welcome to my blog 🙂
Yeah, why not…. everybody else seems to link to it…. 😉 😀

Lat, I don’t know why they changed their minds about dogs, and many other things as well. What I object to is that they then call it a ruling from God.

She has great hair though…. 😉

There are other women in the hadith who fought in battles, so it’s still sunna. And while the prophet had died before the battle of the camel, the fact that Aïscha led one of the factions is proof that it was possible amongst the people who were the prophets companions and followers for a woman to lead an army.
Not that you should join the army of course, I think women, and men, spend their time much better raising nice kids than shooting them.

Achelois, loved this one ”when years later a Companion suddenly remembered that the Prophet had said that a nation ruled by a woman is doomed”
Especially because there is enough historical evidence that women have ruled many countries very succesfully and to great prosperity. So either the companion, or the prophet was telling nonsense. Take your pick.

Waw, interesting idea…. that needs some mulling over….

23 07 2009

Aafke, I was eating lunch while commenting and hence my twisted grammar 🙂 I’m not like that, promise!

23 07 2009

Aafke, I know you are going to get angry with me, but please don’t. I’m not overtaking your blog now that I’m not blogging 🙂 I just found something on the Net for you that I’m excited to share:

23 07 2009

Aafke, I know you are going to get angry with me, but please don’t. I’m not overtaking your blog now that I’m not blogging 🙂 I just found something on the Net for you that I’m excited to share:

The Reported Opinion of Imam ‘Ikrimah and Malik ibn Anas (Rahimahumullah)

Imam Ash-Shawkaani (rahimahullah) states in his masterpiece “Nayl Al-Awtaar Sharh Muntaqaa Al-Akhbaar” the following below the following narration of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWS),

“From Abu Hurayrah who said that Rasulullah (SAWS) (alayhis salaam) said, “When a dog licks one of your vessels (e.g. bowl), apply dirt to it and then wash the vessel seven times.”1

[Says Shawkaani]: And this narration also proves that the dog is najaasah (impure)…and the Jumhoor (majority) hold this opinion.

And ‘Ikrimah and Maalik in a report from him state “Verily it is Taahir (pure)”. And their proof is the statement of Allah (SWT) ta’alaa,

فَكُلُواْ مِمَّا أَمْسَكْنَ عَلَيْكُمْ وَاذْكُرُواْ اسْمَ اللّهِ عَلَيْهِ وَاتَّقُواْ اللّهَ إِنَّ اللّهَ سَرِيعُ الْحِسَابِ

(Say: lawful unto you are (all) things good and pure: and what ye have taught your trained hunting animals (to catch) in the manner directed to you by Allah:) ”eat what they catch for you, but pronounce the name of Allah (SWT) over it: and fear Allah (SWT); for Allah (SWT) is swift in taking account.” (5:4)

Also another proof is what is established in Abu Dawud from the hadith of Ibn ‘Umar with the words, “Dogs would come freely into the masjid and urinate in the time of the Rasulullah (SAWS) (’alayhis salaam), and they would not pour water over it (i.e. the urine).” (Sahih Al-Bukhari hadith number 174 in the Book of Wudhu’)

[Note that Ibn Hajr states this occurred before doors were put on the masjids and the command to keep them clean was established. Though this is the opinion of a Shafi’i and not that of the Maalikis] – End quote from Nayl Al-Awtaar.

The Shafi’i Judge and Jurist Qadhi As-Safadi states, “Malik says that dogs are pure and what they lick is not made impure, but that a vessel licked by a dog should be washed to avoid filth.”2

The following quotes are statements from Imam Maalik as reported in the Mudawwanah of Imam Maalik regarding the dog:

“One may eat what it catches in a hunt, how then can we declare Makrooh (hated or disliked) what it drinks (or places its tongue in).” (page 116)

Maalik said, “If one desires to make wudhu’ from a vessel wherein a dog has drank (or put its tongue in), it is ok for him to make wudhu’ from it and pray.” (pg 115)

Maalik said, “If a dog puts his tongue in a vessel of milk (labn) there is no harm (la ba’as) if one takes (i.e. eats) from that milk.” (ibid)

Note that there are many other quotes from him within Volume 1 of the Mudawwana regarding the purity of the dog. I have chosen these only as a sample. [Vol. 1 published by Daar Al Kutub Al-‘Ilmiyyah published in 2005 CE]

The Maliki Faqih (jurisconsult) of Andalus, Ibn Rushd states in his “Bidayatul-Mujtahid”,

“Maalik held the view that the leftover of a dog is to be spilled and the utensil is to be washed, as it is a ritual act of non-rational worship, for the water that it has lapped up is not unclean (najas). He did not require, according to the widely known opinion from him, the spilling of things other than water, which a dog had licked. The reason, as we have said, is the conflict with analogy according to him. He also believed that if it is to be understood from the tradition that a dog is unclean, it opposes the apparent meaning of the Book, that is, the words of Allah (SWT) ta’alaa, “So eat of what they catch for you…” meaning thereby that if the dog had been unclean the prey would become unclean by the touch of the dog’s (mouth). He supported this interpretation by the required number of washings, as number is not a condition in the washing of unclean things. He held that this washing is merely an act of worship. He did not rely upon the remaining traditions as they were weak in his view.” (pg 27 published by Garnet; also see Al-Hidayah of Imam Al-Ghumaari Vol. 1 page 288 for a detailed discussion of the chains of narration)

1. This narration is reported by Imam Muslim in his Sahih 89/279 as well as by An-Nasaa’i hadith number 66 [↩]

2. Taken from “The Mercy in the difference of the Four Sunni Schools of Islamic Law” translated by ‘Aa’ishah Bewley printed by Dar-al-taqwa. Page 4 [↩]

23 07 2009

Achelois, huh? twisted grammar? Oooooh, now I’m going to go over your comment with a fine comb…
I’m not angry at all? Don’t be silly:, I’m thrilled having the brilliant Achelois spilling her knowlege and writing on my blog! 😀
Gives my blog such a high tone…
without me having to do anything for it….
❤ you! And proud to have you as my sister!

23 07 2009

According to Khalid Al Fadl…dogs were generally accepted in the community until an outbreak of rabies hit and so many dogs were affected. To be safe people started killing dogs that looked sick since they had no medication etc obviously…eventually a fear of dogs set in based almost exclusively on fear of rabies. Now days we do have medications and can keep our dogs as healthy as ourselves…and for some dog lovers…even healthier.

Quite alot of hadeeth can be linked backto certain events that were happening at the time…and the purpose of the hadeeth may have had relevance at that point in time…but so many of them are so contradictory towards each other and towards the Quran…I dont know how Muslims can even find it within themselves to argue for their veracity.

Some are useful…a vast majority are either useless in this day and age or even harmful.

23 07 2009

I don’t know…. I think it’s really important to be absolutely sure how often you are to chew on a date and especially on which side of your mouth. I can’t tell you how often I am flummoxed when I have a date in my mouth and can’t eat it because I can’t decide which side of my mouth I should chew it….
And then I have to spit it out…
It’s such a pity!

And let me tell you something really, really bad: 😳 I often have these very large yummie dates, and I eat them in bits! I bite small pieces off and eat them…
Am I missing out on Jannah now? 😦

23 07 2009

Hah.. and we only eat dates during Ramadan. Otherwise, rest of the year, who really eats dates?

23 07 2009

Ehm, I do!
Or try to…..
I love dates….

3 08 2009

Someone tell me where I can find a reference for 28, 29, and 30. My otherwise lovely boyfriend from KSA teases my cat, and maybe this could convince him to stop!

27 10 2009

I hope you don’t mind me posting on an old piece.
I think this is excellent.
My problem is that the sunnah is so contradictory. How can the quran be ”clear”? Nothing is clear. there are contradictions everywhere.
Why do no muslims take these sunnah rules as an example?
At least all muslim women should!

30 12 2009

aafke this is ace

sorry to comment on such an old piece but it is very ace, and I’d really love to have a reference for 39 if you’ve got one?


30 12 2009

pblnotes, Welcome to my blog. That’s allright: I consider this post as one of my more brilliant ones. 😉
I can’t really bring the exact text up, but I read that in the early days when Mohammed had just started out one of the young women who was allready muslim married somebody and asked for her mahr that he convert to Islam which he did.
I found that interesting because that contradicts the notion that, unlike men, women cannot marry people from the book. Actually that seems more a tribal rule as an Islamic rule, after all: men and women are equal in the eyes of God.
Anyway, a search of what happened in the early days of Islam should bring this story up.

20 03 2012

Some of the said sunnats are very confusing

27 03 2012

I bet they are, as they are never regarded by mainstream Muslims.

24 04 2012
SãImã Abbasi

I wonder, why all the world wants to remember Sunnah just about women and dogs? Saudi Arabia’s problem is more social and cultural then Islamic.
Let them learn it with their own needs and time. Can we just bring them from wahabi age to biotechnology age over a night? I saw the women in malls, in parks and in the public places, it’s like they don’t exist. The women of Saudi Arabia accept their state of living.

24 04 2012

Thank you for your comment and welcome to my blog.
I don’t see why Saudi Arabia should not be able to modernize itself overnight. After all, it has done so quite easily when it comes to modern conveniences and appliances, and basically everything which suits them, and then when it doesn’t suit them, like in giving women their rights, it is suddenly impossible to ”change overnight” and it has to take 500 years.
And lets not forget, other gulf countries have no problems changing to modern times, there’s no real or logical reason why Saudi Arabia should not be able to do the same.

Also i really don’t agree with a difference being made between religion and culture. For one Saudi ”culture” isn’t it’s real culture, it’s true culture was purposely destroyed 30/40 years ago. It’s progress halted, it’s normal relationships between people and genders destroyed, and what’s left is a disastrous experiment in social engineering.
Social engineering which is guided by religion I might add.
The artificial distopia which is today’s Saudi Arabia is fully religiously based.

24 04 2012
SãImã Abbasi

My dear because they don’t want. Their women don’t want to change it. If they truly want it. We know it would have happened long ago.

24 04 2012
SãImã Abbasi

Pleasure is all mine. It’s interesting to me that you are trying to sound different on the same old issues.

25 01 2013

As far as I understand women are not allowed to marry people not of the book because the children inherit their fathers religion (I think this isn’t the case in Judaism?). So it is OK for a man to marry anyone as the children will still be Muslim. I’m not sure of this so don’t take it as fact.

1 07 2013

Nice 🙂 good for a woman. Woman owe equal right to that of man.
Well not only about women equalities and rights, but htis is a very nice set of TEACHING of how to be a good human.

6 01 2014
sayyed tahir

bhai,the way few things returns will miss guid muslim,as few people think,what ever is mention in web is write,i have objectin n few of statement?

2 02 2014

6. be married to one woman and stay faithful to her
Highly unlikely to actually be a Sunnah since Allah SWT allows polygamy for men (up to four wives) and the Prophet SAW had many. However, the Prophet SAW proved to the world that you can have more than 1 wive and still be faithful to all of them.

27 09 2017

Could you please mention the relevant sources (Quran ayahs or Hadiths) for these rules 1-44?

23 01 2018

No. If you’re a muslim you should know these anyway. If you don’t I suggest you study the foundational scriptures of your chosen religion.

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