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20 Islamic Toilet Etiquettes Every Muslim Parent Should Teach Their Children

When using a toilet, there are many things associated with it. For a Muslim family, everyone should learn proper toilet etiquette. Below are the 20 most important Islamic toilet etiquette that every parent should teach their children.

 1. When you go to the toilet, say Audu (Istadha) and Basmala, then pray "Allahu alayhi wa sallam".

 2. When you go to the bathroom, do not hold anything that says "Allahu ta'ala" or a verse from the Qur'an. It does not matter if it is in the pocket or covered with anything. Similarly, when going to the toilet, he should not use a hanger with the name of Allah on it. If this is the case then tuck it into the collar of your sweater before entering.

 3. If the toilet is completely covered, it is acceptable to go to the toilet with it.

 4. To enter, one must use the left foot and the right foot to exit the toilet.

 5. When you come out of the toilet, recite the prayer "Alhamdulillah-la-hil-la-dihi az-haba 'a-nil-a-daa wa'a-fa-ni".

 6. A person should not talk or sit in the toilet for long periods of time, read anything, such as a newspaper, sing a song, smoke or chew gum.

 7. It is important to cover private rooms immediately after cleaning.

 8. When urinating or defecating, do not cover the Qibla or turn your back.

 9. Remove feces from the intestine with one finger and wash hands. If there is any residue, it should be washed with water.

 10. Men should clean their private parts from the front and back after responding to natural calls. They should be bathed by women from front to back. As a result, the genitals are not covered with dirt, and finger stimulation does not cause a feeling of intimacy.

 11. One should wash the private parts and dry them with a cloth. Toilet paper is designed to be used after receiving a natural call, so it is acceptable to use toilet paper if no cloth is available. On the other hand, other types of paper are not allowed for this purpose.

 12. It is a good idea to wet underwear after cleaning private areas. As a result, if you know there is moisture on your inner pants, you will not be sure if it is urine. It is good to think that the water is sprayed and not to get into unreasonable fears.

 13. Men should perform Istibra after cleansing their genitals. It is not done by women. Istibra indicates that no urine is left in the urethra. It can be done on foot, coughing or lying on his left side.

 14. If you come out of the toilet without Istibra, drops of the man's underwear may leak. As a result, a cotton swab the size of barley seeds must be inserted into the urethra to prevent urine from leaking out.

 15. Estinka indicates that there are no droplets in the system and that a person's heart is comfortable. After this certainty, one can make a vow.

 16. It is not acceptable to see private rooms or spit in the toilet.

 17. It is not good to urinate when standing, unless it is necessary, and it is not advisable to allow urine to flow over clothing. He must wear a special pajamas or tracksuit for this purpose. Wearing a variety of pajamas and head coverings is a must.

 18. He should wash his hands after using the toilet.

 19. It is forbidden to urinate on any water, on the walls of mosques, in graves and on the streets.

 20. Cleaning private rooms with stones and other similar items The appropriate option is to clean them with water.

 Source - https://www.myreligionislam.com/detail.asp?Aid=6096

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