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 Ablution can prevent skin cancer

Using siwak before wudu, gargling, istinsyaq, and do the steps three times, contain
important medical secret for human body. The body parts that must be washed well are the
body parts that is extremely vulnerable to contaminate by germs. Hence, wudu can
eliminate dust and other dangerous materials and the skin surface will always be clean.
Other than that, the inner skin can be functionally well and normal. Water can bind and
strengthen hair tissues, braided hair, blood and nerves. The effect of chemicals on the skin
can be minimized by washing the skin repeatedly in wudu. Some results from medical
researches mentioned that the majority of people who suffer from various types of diseases
are due to the effects of the influx of chemicals into the body through the pores of the skin.
The medical team concluded that frequent limbs can open the eyes exposed, which could
cause skin cancer. To prevent the spread of these diseases is to continually perform
ablution everyday, it helps wetting the surface of the skin and to maintain cleanliness and
provide protection to the open limbs.

 Islamic laws for ablution


Ablution is required for those who will do the prayer. Water is used for bathing and
ablution. The water used is water that has not changed its color, odor or taste. If someone
fart or pee, to purify his/herself is by ablution. While those who have intercourse, doing
intercourse or dreaming about intercourse, must purify themselves with a shower. Muslims
who are in big hadats are compulsory to shower before prayers, while for small hadats,
they only simply do ablution if Muslims want to pray.
The procedures for ablution ;
1. Pouring water and washing the hands up to th wrist;
2. Incorporating water into the mouth and rinsing mouth;
3. Inhaling water into the nose and removing it;
4. Washing the entire face;
5. Washing the hands up to the elbows;
6. Wiping the entire head and the ear by inserting a finger to both ears;
7. Must be done in a sequence way or so-called oderly.
Most scholars determine that ablution for each prayer is not obligatory. Differences scholars
about mandatory ablution for every prayer have been explained through two hadiths. Both
of the hadiths explain that the ablution for every prayer is an obligation, although without
hadats is preferred and recommended. The writers concluded that the Prophet did ablution
every time before he performed the obligatory prayers.
 Conclusion
The word ablution defines as the cleanliness, beauty and light. In terms of Shari’ah means
washing or rubbing certain limbs that have been defined and required by Allah using water.
Ablution is also viewed as one ways to provide protection and relief to the Muslims about
the dangers of environmental pollution or to avoid the transmission of various diseases
such as skin cancer. Other than that, it is the key to prayer. Ablution is obligatory, hence,
the prayer will be unauthorized for people who do not have ablution.

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