The Etiquette of Relieving Oneself

Shaykh Ḥasan al-Ṣumālī

Our noble brother delivers an extremely beneficial lecture outlining the etiquettes of relieving oneself, alongside its relevant proofs from the Sunnah in very informative and interactive way.
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Our noble brother Ḥasan al-Ṣumāli goes through the various obligatory and disliked acts associated with the manners of relieving oneself. Some of the beneficial points that he brings are:

  • The authentic du ͑ā (supplication) for entering the toilet begins with the Basmala
  • The Scholar’s comments regarding entering the toilet with the left foot
  • Distancing yourself from the people and covering ones ͑awrah
  • Do not face the Qiblah or have your back to the Qiblah whilst going to the toilet
  • The permissibility of using toilet paper when performing Instinjā
  • The permissibility of urinating standing if one is safe from urine splashing on their clothing
  • The proof of washing the private parts with water
  • Al-Istijmār with stones, and the need to use no less than three stones
  • The issue of eating and drinking whilst on the toilet
  • The prohibition of giving the Salām whilst relieving oneself
  • The undesirability of speaking whilst relieving oneself
  • Washing one’s hands after

Published: December 24, 2015
Edited: April 27, 2022

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