Verses of tayammum
|Name||Verses of tayammum|
|Sura||Qur'an 4:43, Qur'an 5:6|
|Juz'||5 and 6|
|About||Permission to perform tayammum its rulings|
Verses of tayammum (Arabic:آیات التیمّم), al-saʿīd (الصعید), al-mulāmasa (الملامسة) or al-rukhsa (الرخصة) refer to verses of the Qur'an 4:43 and the Qur'an 5:6. The permission to perform tayammum and some of its rulings are mentioned in these verses.
These verses are also known by some other names including "al-sa'id", "al-mulamasa" and "al-rukhsa".
Text of Verses
- Main article: Tayammum
The Qur'an has mentioned tayammum and its rulings in two verses:
Different Views Regarding the Meaning of "al-Sa'id"
There are different opinions about whether "al-sa'id" refers to "soil" or whatever grows from the earth; and consequently, there are different fatwas about the objects, on which "tayammum" is valid. In al-Mizan, Allama Tabataba'i says that most scholars of fiqh and exegetes of the Qur'an consider "al-sa'id" referring to the outer layer of the earth, whether it be soil, rock or anything on which tayammum is valid; however, some say that "al-sa'id" only means "clean and pure soil".
- Dāʾirat al-maʿārif Quran al-karīm, vol. 1, p. 379.
- Makārim Shīrāzī, Tafsīr-i nimūna, vol. 4, p. 290; Najafī, Jawāhir al-kalām, vol. 5, p. 120- 129.
- Ṭabāṭabāʾī, al-Mīzān, vol. 5, p. 229.
- Mashhadī,Tafsīr kanz al-daqāʾiq, vol. 3, p. 416.
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- Makārim Shīrāzī, Nāṣir. Tafsīr-i nimūna. Tehran: Dār al-Kutub al-Islāmiyya, 1374 Sh.
- Mashhadī, Muḥammad b. Muḥammad Riḍa. Tafsīr kanz al-daqāʾiq wa bahr al-gharāʾib. 1st edition. Tehran: Wizārat-i Irshād-i Islāmī, 1368 Sh.
- Najafī, Muḥammad al-Ḥasan al-. Jawāhir al-kalām fī sharḥ sharāʾiʿ al-Islām. Beirut: Dār Iḥyāʾ al-Turāth al-ʿArabī, 1981.
- Ṭabāṭabāʾī, Sayyid Muḥammad Ḥusayn al-. Al-Mīzān fī tafsīr al-Qurʾān. 5th edition. Qom: Daftar-i Intishārāt-i Islāmī, 1417 AH.