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Washing is the more hygienic.
However, if tush come to rub, Allah is the last thing I’d want smeared behind me. I have standards – Halal Certified or not.
(Is ridiculing an imaginary Hate God in Heaven itself an imaginary Hate Crime on Earth).
Jillette appears to be now manouvering to the position – that it was just opening ‘the discussion’
We now have more of the Far Left agencies now producing ‘Toxic Feminist’ videos, (where they call Margaret Thatcher a Toxic Feminist – they just don’t get it):
The Left, critical thinking without a critical faculty. Minds without a brain.
The Far Left, a single march away.
The message of the second video (pretending to counter the Toxic Men do not support women) is “Toxic Women do not support women.”
These are the same messages.
Cucks think they had a balance to the argument, to continue to support and buy into Jillette.
Hegelian dialectic, usually presented in a threefold manner, was stated by Heinrich Moritz Chalybäus as comprising three dialectical stages of development:
a thesis, giving rise to its reaction;
“Toxic Masculinity is anti-woman.”
The reaction “Who do these Feminists think they are! I’m not buying blue razors!”
an antithesis, which contradicts or negates the thesis;
“Toxic Femininity is anti-woman.” “Including Margaret Thatcher!”
and the tension between the two being resolved by means of a synthesis
“Toxix Maculinity is equal to Toxic Femininity!” “Hey, pink and blue razor go together. Thanks, Jillette.”
“Porcupine is a Monkey. The title comes from an ingenious experiment undertaken by the eminent Anglo-American neuroscientist Marcel Kinsbourne. He and a colleague investigated the difference between the cerebral hemispheres, specifically in how they view the nature of truth.”
This experiment before us:
Toxic Femininity is anti-woman (true)
Toxic Masculinity is anti-woman (false) [It is anti-men].
Real Men should therefore be like Real Women.
Comes from this:
“All monkeys climb trees (true);
The porcupine is a monkey (false);
The porcupine climbs trees”
The conclusions are both false, to a sane reader. But hypnosis, using the seduction or intimidation for the freezing of a right brain brain hemisphere, makes a person imprintable to deny the very truth they are shown.
.”..the left hemisphere of the very same individual (with the right hemisphere inactivated) replies that the conclusion is true:”
The right hemisphere inactivated. This demon haunted world of Heaven/Hell, Halal/Haram, Good/Evil are hypnotic sticks felt as real, that strike the right brain to submission: to follow or recoil. Suddenly that person is Hindu, Gay, Saved for any Identity to magically protect them. Their right brain now only functions for someone else to turn on and off. Outraged/Peace the two settings. Now they believe the line is more important than the small insignificant bumps along it. The end justifies the means. Heaven is somewhere to get to, and no longer here and now.
So they point to Allah or Communism for the perfect next world to come. For each, a woman cannot wear a colored ribbon in her hair. Or else the matrix comes tumbling down by the revelation that we each, too; can do what we like without ever copying.
Islamic Toilet Etiquette
Question: What are the rules and manners to be followed when answering the call of nature?
1. When entering the toilet, one should say the A’udhu (isti’adha) and Basmala and then recite the prayer “Allahumma innee a’oodhu bika minal khubthi wal khabaa-ith.”
2. When entering the toilet, one should not have in one’s hand anything on which the name of Allahu ta’ala or any verse of the Qur’an al-karim is written. There is no objection if it is in one’s pocket or covered with something. Similarly, when stepping into the toilet, one should not be wearing a pendant with the name of Allah on it. If one has, one should tuck it inside the neck of one’s sweater before entering it.
3. It is permissible to enter the toilet with an amulet if it is covered properly.
4. One should enter the toilet with one’s left foot and exit with one’s right foot.
5. One should recite the prayer “Alhamdu-lil-laa-hil-la-dhi adh-haba ‘a-nil a-dhaa wa ‘a-faa-ni” when exiting the toilet.
6. One should not talk or sit for a long time or read anything like a newspaper or sing a song or smoke or chew gum in the toilet.
7. After cleaning one’s private parts, one should cover them immediately.
8. One should neither face the Qibla nor turn one’s back toward it while urinating or defecating.
9. One should remove the feces on one’s anus with one’s finger and wash one’s hand. If there are still traces of filth, one should wash them with water.
10. When cleaning the private parts after answering the call of nature, men should wash them from the back to the front. Women should wash them from the front to the back. Thus, the genitals will not be smeared with filth, nor will it cause one to be sexually aroused by the stimulation of fingers.
11. One should dry one’s private parts with a cloth after washing them. If there is not a cloth available, it is permissible to use toilet paper because toilet paper is produced to be used after answering the call of nature. But using other kinds of paper for this purpose is not permissible.
12. One should sprinkle some water over one’s underpants after cleaning one’s private parts. By doing so, when one notices wetness on one’s underpants, one will not feel doubt as to whether it is urine or not. One should assume it to be the sprinkled water and should not fall into baseless misgivings (waswasa).
13. After cleaning their private parts, men should do istibra. Women do not do it. Istibra means not to leave any drops of urine in the urethra. It is done by walking or coughing or lying on the left side.
14. If a man exits the toilet without doing istibra, drops of urine may come out and soil his underwear. Therefore, he should insert a cotton wick as big as a barley seed into his urinary hole, whereby he will prevent urine from oozing out.
15. Istinka means a feeling of being sure and having no doubts that there are no drops of urine left, and one’s heart is at ease about it. A man can make wudu’ after this certitude in his heart.
16. One should not look at one’s private parts or spit into the toilet.
17. One should not urinate while standing unless there is strong necessity for doing so and should not let drops of urine splash onto one’s clothes. To that end, one should keep separate pajamas or tracksuit. It is mustahab to enter the toilet with separate pajamas and with the head covered.
18. One should wash one’s hands after using the toilet.
19. One must not urinate into any water, on a wall of a mosque, in a cemetery, or on a road.
20. Cleaning the private parts with stones and similar materials is an acceptable substitute for cleaning them with water.
Question: Is it better to have separate clothes to wear in the toilet?
Yes, it is better. Wearing separate clothes for the toilet and staying there with your head covered is mustahab. (Se’âdet-i Ebediyye)
Question: I think that a western-style flush toilet is more comfortable to use. Is it permissible to use a western-style toilet instead of a squat one?
If one, when using a sit-down toilet, can clean one’s private parts comfortably and spray from one’s urine does not come back on one’s clothes, there is nothing wrong with using it. However, using a squat toilet has many health benefits:
1. Cleaning filth is easier.
2. Spray from urine is less likely to come back on one’s body and clothes.
3. As one’s colon is emptied completely, the urinary bladder and bowels relax.
4. When one is in the squatting position, fecal matter does not remain in the tube along which it moves and is expelled from the body. Western physicians who studied why urinary tract- and colon-related diseases were uncommon among Muslims found that it was because Muslims did not use sit-down toilets.
Urinary system disorders, especially prostate problems, are very distressing things, which have a negative effect on the happiness of a family. Men must not urinate while standing, and Muslims should choose (between squatting and sitting) the best one for health.
Question: Is it mustahab for both men and women to enter the toilet by covering their heads? Can a woman enter the toilet by covering her head with an underscarf (hijab accessory) instead of a headscarf?
Yes, it is mustahab to enter the toilet with a covered head. A woman’s wearing an underscarf suffices for this purpose.
Question: What is the sunnat method of squatting in the toilet? Should one put both hands or one hand one one’s cheek?
The right hand is placed on the right cheek and the left hand is placed on the left one. This is the sunnat method. When there is the need to use a hand, the right hand should remain on the right cheek and the left hand should be used. This is the proper way.
ISLAM QUESTION & ANSWER
Is it acceptable to use tissue only when cleaning oneself after defecating?
Is it sufficient to use tissue only when cleaning oneself after defecating, or is it essential to use water?.
Praise be to Allaah.
After relieving oneself, it is obligatory to remove whatever najaasah (impurity) there is in that place, whether it is removed with water or something else, such as stones or paper or tissues, but using water is best.
The scholars of the Standing Committee for Issuing Fatwas were asked: In Britain we use tissues and paper to clean ourselves in the bathroom; is it obligatory to use water after using tissues, or not?
Praise be to Allaah alone, and blessings and peace be upon His Messenger and his family and companions.
It is permissible to use tissues and papers and the like to clean oneself, and that is sufficient if it is done properly and the place is cleaned, from front or back. But it is better if what is used for cleaning is odd-numbered, and it should not be less than three wipes. It is not essential to use water after that, but it is Sunnah. May Allaah send blessings and peace upon our Prophet Muhammad. End quote.
Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Azeez ibn ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Baaz, Shaykh ‘Abd al-Razzaaq ‘Afeefi, Shaykh ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Ghadyaan, Shaykh ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Qa’ood.
Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah (5/125).
Shaykh Muhammad al-Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) was asked: It is acceptable to use tissues to clean oneself after defecating?
Yes, it is sufficient to use tissues to clean oneself after defecating, and there is nothing wrong with it, because the purpose of cleaning oneself is to remove the impurity, whether it is done with tissues, cloth, dust or stones. But it is not permissible for a person to clean himself with things that are forbidden in sharee’ah, such as bones and dung, because bones are the food of the jinn, if they are from animals that were slaughtered properly; if they are from animals that were not slaughtered properly, then they are naajis (impure), and that which is impure cannot purify. As for dung, if it is naajis then it cannot purify, and if it is taahir (pure), then it is food for the animals of the jinn, because when the jinn came to the Prophet and believed in him, he gave them some food which will not stop until the Day of Resurrection. He said to them: “For you is every bone on which the name of Allaah is mentioned, and you will find it with plenty of meat on it.” This is one of the matters of the unseen that we cannot see, but we are obliged to believe in it. Similarly, dung is food for their animals. End quote.
Majmoo’ Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (4/112).
And Allaah knows best.
Using toilet paper to clean oneself after urinating or defecating – Sheikh Assim Al Hakeem
The Ayatollah says THREE (stones or papers) aren’t necessary. ONE is enough.
19. One must not urinate into any water, on a wall of a mosque, in a cemetery, or on a road.
That’s a hoot!! The muzzscum certainly don’t follow their own rules. Back in March of 2016 WND did a 3 Part article on the BIG Mecca Pilgrimage thing. An English guy faked becoming a muzzie, somehow got the special permission he needed to go & wrote very detailed, very long articles on the experience.
In the last part when they got to the BIG mosque in mecca he was shocked that it was a common practice for muslims to be lined up next to the outside of the mosque where they were ALL urinating on it. So much for their stupid muzzie rule that tells them they shouldn’t urinate on a mosque.
Islamic Toilet Etiquette
And that’s just the short version intended for Muslim astronauts!
Yust tink of all der yoys of heffing deeze yerks on a Mars mission.
Using Toilet Paper to Rid Oneself of Impurity: OK?
Feb 10, 2018
As-salamu `alaykum. What were alternatives used to cleanse the private parts by the Prophet Muhammad and his Companions when water was not available for this purpose? Are we allowed to use other alternatives like tissues or toilet paper, in our present time, if we cannot use water?
Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, Sheikh Sayyed Sabiq and Dr. `Abdul-Fattah `Ashoor
In this fatwa:
There is nothing wrong in using tissues for the purpose of purification. However, it is better to combine both water and tissues.
In his well-known book, Fiqh As-Sunnah, Sheikh Sayyed Sabiq states the following:
After answering the call of nature, one should cleanse his private parts. To do so, he can use a rock, stone or any other pure substance. One may use only water to clean the area, or any combinations of purifying agents.
`A’ishah reported that the Prophet said, “When one of you goes to relieve himself, he should clean himself with three stones.(Ahmad, An-Nasa’i, Abu Dawud and Ad-Daraqutni)
Anas ibn Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) related that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) would enter the privy, and that Anas and another boy would carry the water container and a spear for him. The Prophet would clean himself with water. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)
Elaborating more on the permissibility of using other safe methods for purifying oneself, Dr. `Abdul-Fattah `Ashoor, Professor of the Exegesis of the Qur’an at Al-Azhar University, states:
Upon answering the call of nature, one is recommended to purify himself by using water. During the Prophet’s lifetime, people used to purify themselves after answering the call of nature by stones due to water scarcity. Stones, of course, help a bit in that aspect but some traces of impurity still normally remain. That is why water should be used.
Tissues, by analogical deduction, take the same ruling pertaining to stones. Hence, it is allowable to use tissues for purification. However, it is preferable to use both water and tissues, or water alone, in this process.
In addition, Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and an Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, states,
Islam teaches us to use water for purification after relieving oneself whenever and wherever possible. However, in cases where water is not available, or water becomes scarce, or unusable because of sickness or other valid reasons, we are allowed to have recourse to pebbles, leaves, paper or any clean substance, other than bones or animal excrement, for wiping oneself clean of the filth as much as possible. While cleaning ourselves in this way, we must ensure that the entire surface is wiped clean without leaving any discernible trace of filth.
Scholars of Islam have unanimously decided that, for purposes of purification after relieving oneself, clean toilet paper is as good as pebbles or leaves when water is not readily available or cannot be used.
It is important for us to remember that the use of pebbles or clean toilet paper in this manner is a dispensation or allowance (rukhsah) that Allah has provided for us, and, as the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) has taught us, “Allah loves His servants to make use of His dispensations”. We must also remember Allah’s words in the Qur’an: “He has not placed any hardship for you in your religion.” (Al-Hajj 22:78)
Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) also said: “This religion of ours is easy and simple to practice; if you make it hard upon yourself, you will be defeated by it.”
In short, clean toilet paper is quite sufficient to rid oneself of impurity for the purposes of salah and recitation once accompanied by wudu’ (ablution) or tayammum (dry ablution).
Allah Almighty knows best.
Islamic Laws: Haram aspects of toilet etiquettes
Spending time in the bathroom and being infected by jinns
I’ve been doing it all wrong my whole life!
Who would have thought you would need a university degree to take a dunk.
The Little Green Book, by the Grand Ayatollah Seyyed Ruhollah Mosavi Khomeini:
It is required that everyone, when urinating or defecating, hide his sexual parts from all pubescent persons, even his sister or his mother, as well as from any feebleminded person or children too young to understand. But husband and wife are not required to hide from each other.
It is not indispensable to hide one’s genitals with anything in particular; one’s hand is enough.
When defecating or urinating, one must squat in such a way as neither to face Mecca nor turn one’s back upon it.
It is not sufficient to turn one’s sex organ away, while oneself facing or turning one’s back on Mecca; and one’s privates must NEVER be exposed either facing Mecca or facing directly away from Mecca.…
The urinary orifice can be cleaned off only with water, and it is enough to wash it just one time after urinating. But those in whom the urine comes out through some other orifice would do better to wash that orifice at least twice. This must be observed by women as well.
It is NOT necessary to wipe one’s anus with three stones or with three pieces of fabric: a SINGLE stone or SINGLE piece of fabric is enough. But if one wipes with a bone, or any sacred object, such as, for example, a paper having the name of Allah on it, one may not say his prayers while in this state.
It is preferable, for urinating or defecating, to squat down in an isolated place; it is also preferable to go into this place with the left foot first, and come out of it with the right foot first; it is recommended that one keep his head covered while evacuating, and have the weight of his body carried by the left foot.
During evacuation, one must not squat facing the SUN or the MOON, unless one’s genitals are covered. While defecating, one must also avoid squatting exposed to the WIND, or in public places, or at the door one’s house, or under a fruit tree.…
After urination, one must first wash the anus if it has been soiled by urine; then one must press three times with the middle finger of his left hand on the part between the anus and the base of the penis; then one must put his thumb on top of the penis and his index finger on the bottom and pull the skin forward three times as far as the circumcision ring; and after that three times squeeze the tip of the penis.
A woman has no special instructions to follow after urinating; if she afterward notes some moisture at the vaginal orifice which she cannot judge as pure or impure, the said moisture remains pure and in no way stands in the way of her performing ablutions or praying.