Whenever i stand to read namaz......differnt bad thoughts come in to my mind
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i want to ask a personal question to u.......whenever i stand to read namaz......differnt bad thoughts come in to my mind.........n i feel like sum drop of urine has come out........so b`coz of that i m not able to concentrate properly into namaaz .....n i do wuzoo again and change my clothes ......i know it may be my suspicion most of the times....but i m not able to come out of it,.....plz tell me that if i feel so....shud i continue praying or stop there only.....
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Your Statement: whenever i stand to read namaz......differnt bad thoughts come in to my mind
Fiqh-us-Sunnah Fiqh 2.89
Abu Hurairah response that the Prophet (saws) said: "When the call to prayer (adhaan) is made, the Shaytaan takes to his heels... and when it is finished, he returns. He flees again when the iqamah is made and when it is finished, he returns until he comes between the man and his thoughts, saying: 'Remember this and remember that,' which he had not recalled, until the person does not know how much he has prayed, [i.e.,] three or four rak'at. Then, he makes two prostrations while sitting."
Related by al-Bukhari and Muslim.
Dear and Beloved Brother, nothing hurts and despairs the accursed Shaytaan more than when a believer prostrates in worship to The Lord Most High; thus the accursed Shaytaan, if he is not able to convince the believer to leave his prayer, will strive his utmost to at least steal something away from the believers prayer! In his effort to steal something away from the believers prayers, he thus comes between the believer and his prayers and recitation, tries to confuse him, and tries to make him think of worldly matters.
Ammar ibn Yasir said that he heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) say: "A man may complete the salah and only have recorded for himself one-tenth, or one-ninth, or one-eighth, or one-seventh, or one-fifth, or one-fourth, or one third, or one-half."
Related by Au Dawud, an-Nasa'i, and Ibn Hibban.
As soon as one realizes that the Shaytaan has made his thoughts wander during his prayers, he should immediately seek refuge in Allah from him and spit out three times on their left side; it is expected that Allah Subhanah will protect them from the whisperings of the Shaytaan.
Uthman ibn Abi al-'Aas said: "O Messenger of Allah (saws), the Shaytaan comes between me and my prayers and my recitation, confusing me therein!" The Prophet (saws) said: "That Shaytaan is called Khanzab. If he affects you seek refuge in Allah from him and 'spit out' on your left side three times."
Related by Muslim.
Your Question: n i feel like sum drop of urine has come out........so b`coz of that i m not able to concentrate properly into namaaz .....n i do wuzoo again and change my clothes ......i know it may be my suspicion most of the times
Brother, the organ of the men, whereby the urine is discharged has a long tube, therefore it is possible that even after one has washed his private area clean after relieving himself; a few drops may remain in the tube which may drop after one gets up or moves. If one is convinced that some urine drops have fallen after he has cleansed himself, he should wash his private parts and the area of the clothes the urine drops might have touched again, do the wudu and perform the prayers. There is absolutely no need to do the full ghusl.
But if one only has a doubt, or constantly doubts whether some drops might have fallen or not, then one should not let the doubt bother him. In Islam, the determination of impurity is not on doubts; but rather on belief and absolute conviction. Everything will be considered pure, unless one has absolute conviction that an impurity has touched it. If you have a doubt that something impure has touched you, then one should not act on these doubts; but rather act only if one is absolutely convinced that an impure thing has touched it.
Either way, there is absolutely no need to do the full bath or ghusl to purify yourself. If you are convinced that a few drops of urine have been discharged, you may wash your private parts and the area of the clothes where the drops might have touched, do the wudu, and make yourself available for prayers.
Reported Hadrat Ali ibn Abi Taalib (r.a.) , I used to have a great deal of prostatic fluid flowing, so I asked a man to ask the Prophet (saws) about it (as I was shy to ask him, due to my relationship with him through his daughter). He asked him and the Prophet (saws), said, "Make ablution and wash your penis."
Related by al-Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi.
Al-Athram narrated, "I was bothered by a great deal of madhi (prostatic fluid), so I went to the Prophet (saws), and informed him of this. He (saws) said 'It is sufficient for you to take a handful of water and sprinkle it over (the madhi)."'
Beloved brother in Islam, if you have a genuine medical problem with your bladder, then Shariah allows that everytime before the prayer wash your private parts, do the wudu and make yourself available for the prayer. If after the wudu, you still feel or doubt that a few drops of urine might have leaked, then take a handful of water and sprinkle it over the private area and perform the prayer without the least bit of hesitation. But under no circumstances is a believer allowed to forgo or abstain from his obligatory prayers. The All-Knowing, All-Merciful Lord knows the condition of each of His slaves and it is expected that He will accept your prayers.
Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.
Your brother and well wisher in Islam,