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Beware of Najasah By Khaled fekry
Transcript of Beware of Najasah By Khaled fekry
What Is Najasah?
Najasha are things that are considered impure in Islam. If you are touched by them, you must clean your body properly by cleaning the area that are touched seven times.
Things That Are Najasah?
1. Dog's (Sliva, and Excrement)
2.Pig's(Sliva, and Excrement)
6. Dead Animals
Values For Life
Always avoid Najasah.
Always clean yourself properly in the toilet.
Beware Of Najasah
I Perform my
What is Sunnah Prayers?
Sunnah prayers is the prayers after or before our fard prayers
Why we need to perform Sunnah prayers?
Sunnah prayers help us to
make up for mistakes that we might have in our fard prayers.
Daily Sunnah Chart Prayers
Values for Life
Always pray Salat-us-sunnah on time. don't skip it nor delay it.
The prophet once passed by two grave and said: "The people in this two graves are being punished. They could easily avoid this punishment. One of them used to backbite others and creating problem between people. The other did not clean himself properly after urinating."
The prophet promise us that whoever prays 12 rakaat of sunnah prayers during the day and night would have a house built for him in paradise.
Walt: recognize the importance of Tahrah, purity in Islam
Najasah -- Impurity Taharah -- Purity
Najis -- Impure Tahir -- Pure
Answer work book exercise Pg.47 and 48
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