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Qaddumis Elementary Primer .................................................................5


The author & his book ..............................................................................5
Format and Sources ..................................................................................6
My service to this book ............................................................................7
PURITY .........................................................................................................8
Water ........................................................................................................8
Vessels and Carrion ................................................................................ 10
Bathrooms Manners ............................................................................... 10
Dental Care ............................................................................................. 13
Wud ..................................................................................................... 15
Wiping over the Khuff ............................................................................ 19
Invalidators of Wud............................................................................ 21
Ghusl ....................................................................................................... 23
Tayammum ............................................................................................. 26
Removal of Impurity .............................................................................. 28
Menses and Postpartum bleeding ......................................................... 30
PRAYER ...................................................................................................... 32
Ruling of Prayer...................................................................................... 35
Prayer Times........................................................................................... 36
Supererogatory Prayers ......................................................................... 36
Conditions of Prayer............................................................................... 38
Pillars of Prayer ...................................................................................... 39
Obligations of the Prayer ....................................................................... 41
Sunan of Prayer ...................................................................................... 42
Sajda from Forgetfulness........................................................................ 44
Disliked Acts in Prayer ........................................................................... 45
Acts that invalidate prayer .................................................................... 47
Congregational Prayer ........................................................................... 49
Joining between two prayers ................................................................. 53
Jumua Prayer......................................................................................... 54
The Two Ed Prayers.............................................................................. 57
Time of Prohibition ................................................................................ 59
Rulings on the Deceased ......................................................................... 60
Prayer over the deceased ....................................................................... 60
FASTING ..................................................................................................... 63
Rulings on Fasting .................................................................................. 63

Qaddumis Elementary Primer


The author & his book

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Known as The eminent scholar, the jurist, the polymath, Ms ibn


s ibn Abdullah fn ibn s ibn Salma ibn bayd al-Qaddm alNbuls al-anbal was born in the village of Kafr Qaddm in 1265H.
Raised in a pious and devout family, known for its knowledge and virtue,
he learned the rudiments of reading and writing. Later he travelled to
Damascus, the primary destination of all anbalis of that time. He met
and studied with numerous scholars, learning from the sciences of
tawd, tafsr, adth, fiqh, inheritance, grammar, and morphology.
Perhaps the more prominent of his teachers were: the famous scholar of
inheritance Muammad ibn asan al-Sha (d. 1307H), from whom he
took fiqh and inheritance; the Muft of the Levant, Muammad ibn
Amad al-Mann al-anaf (d. 1316H), from whom he took the studies of
tafsr, adth, and grammar; the jurist and Musnid of the Levant Salm
ibn Yasn ibn mid al-Ar al-Shafi (d.1307H), from whom he took
tafsr, adth, and logic, awarding him a general Ijza as well; as well as
the poet, literary figure, and Musnid AbdulSalm Ibn AbdulRam alSha al-anbali (d.1295H), who awarded him a general, multifaceted
Ijza, known as al-Ijzat l-Shaiyya; in addition to numerous others.

He later returned to his hometown, and from there settled on Nablus as


his home. Joining his cousin Shaykh Abdullah fn al-Qaddm, he
shared the responsibility of teaching in the Jmi al-al. After his
cousin migrated to the land of the ijz, he assumed the position of sole
instructor in the the Jmi. His knowledge was sought out by students far
and wide. After the Jmi al-al was closed during the first World War,
he assumed a private life, continuing to teach in his home until his death
in 1336H.

PURITY

Water
All praise is due to God alone, may he
grace and bless him who after him there is
no other prophet:

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Technically, it is the removal of ritual


impurity and the cessation of actual
impurity.
Ritual impurity is two types:

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1- Greater; that which obligates Ghusl.

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2- Lesser; that which obligates Wud.

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It raises ritual impurity and removes


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1- Water which much of has changed in