Four Things That Are Allowed for Junub People ~ Hi all readers! In some of the previous articles, I have explained a few things about Junub or large hadas. Maybe I should remind you again, that what is meant by junub or large hadas is a condition that does not allow someone to do some rituals in Islam, such as prayer (salat) and so forth. In this article, I will explain some things that people who can junub can do. Of course, as Muslims, we must know that. That’s why I wrote this article. So, you have to read it to the end!
By the way, before I explain more about the article, do you know what are the things a junub can do? Okay! You must remember, that if we read the explanation of Islamic law about the junub, then we will find that there are four things that may be allowed by junub people. The four things I mean are as follows;
One; cut hair.
The essence of the explanation for this first point is, that if we are in a junub condition and we want to cut our hair, then that is permissible.
Two; cutting nails.
In addition, we are allowed to cut hair when we are in a junub condition, we are also allowed to cut nails. So, you don’t need to hesitate to do that.
Three; walk on the road.
If we are in a junub condition and we want to leave the house to buy something or for other purposes, then we are allowed to do that.
Work is one of the most important activities for us. That’s why we can get money to eat, drink and so on. If we are in a Junub condition, then we are allowed to work, whether working at home or outside the home.
Those are the four things that are permissible for junub people. These are common things that are often asked by many people. Maybe you are now wondering, “Are junub people allowed to eat and drink?” Of course, the answer is, “Yes, that’s all allowed.” But what we need to know is, that it would be better if before doing it all, we had to do janabah baths first. Or if we can’t immediately take a janabah bath, then at least we do ablution first.
All Readers! That is a brief explanation of the theme of this article. Do you understand? If you want to ask, please ask!
I think that’s enough for this article. May be useful. Amen!
See you in the next article!