They were narrated by ibn Abbas, so there are two possibilities: There is no explicit reference to bestiality, but rather an indirect one. If he washed as a youth and then reaches puberty, then he does not have to repeat the washing. The other opinion is that none of the regulations for washing apply until the entire remaining length of the penile shaft completely penetrates and Allah knows best. The meaning of the hadith is that the necessity to wash is not limited to when semen is ejaculated, rather it is when the penile head Hash-fa, lit. In that case it cannot be said that the person must wash, for they do not have the responsibility, rather it is said that this person is in a state of impurity. The word Aj-hada-ha fatigue her means to plow her, which was also stated by Al-Khatabi. If the male member was severed and what remained was less than the length of the penile head, then none of the washing regulations apply. How can these two Hadiths contradict?

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In that case it cannot be said that the person must wash, for they do not have the responsibility, rather it is said that this person is in a state of impurity. Narrated Abdullah ibn Abbas: They were narrated by ibn Abbas, so there are two possibilities: In contrast with what secular and non-Islamic religious sources say about bestiality, this is what the Qur'an has to say on the subject: The third is that if the sheath is thick and prevents climax and wetness in the vagina then washing is not necessary, otherwise it is necessary and Allah knows best. There is no explicit reference to bestiality, but rather an indirect one. Our companions have said that if the penile head has penetrated a woman's anus, or a man's anus, or an animal's vagina or its anus then it is necessary to wash whether the one being penetrated is alive or dead, young or old, whether it was done intentionally or absentmindedly, whether it was done willfully or forcefully. Hadith in ibn Majah, Book 20, Hadith Grade: Instead, He put fahisha to describe them all. Allah did not say that you must stay away from homosexuality and fornication and adultery and bestiality etc all in one verse. And we already know that in the Mosaic law, bestiality is forbidden. Thus, when the penile head has completely disappeared inside the orifice , then all the regulations concerning washing apply. From the above, we can gather that Robert Masters had correctly stated, "bestiality was not specifically prohibited by the Prophet," [9] so there is little wonder that apologists generally shy away from mentioning However there does exist a certain hadith and commentary by the renowned Islamic scholar al-Nawawi, which is of interest. The word Aj-hada-ha fatigue her means to plow her, which was also stated by Al-Khatabi. There is a similiar Hadith to this one: But I personally do because there are other hadiths that do so: If the part remaining was greater in length to the penile head length then there are two famous opinions for our companions. The Prophet peace be upon him said: If anyone has sexual intercourse with an animal, kill him and kill it along with him. For example, many verses command to keep stay away from immoralities fahisha. I asked him Ibn Abbas: The most famous is that the man must wash. Sunan Abu Dawud However, an agreement was later reached and this is what we have shown and presented previously.

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  • Mijind
    31.12.2017 at 07:10
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    Allah cursed who kills an animal or sacrifices an animal to other than Allah note:

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  • Fenrilmaran
    01.01.2018 at 16:15
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    I think he the Prophet disapproved of its flesh being eaten when such a thing had been done to it.

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  • Brajinn
    02.01.2018 at 18:06
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    That's right - absolutely, positively nothing.

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  • Meztijora
    04.01.2018 at 17:59
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    The second is that he does not have to wash because he ejaculated inside the sheath. From the above, we can gather that Robert Masters had correctly stated, "bestiality was not specifically prohibited by the Prophet," [9] so there is little wonder that apologists generally shy away from mentioning

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