The Difference Between Pure and Impure Substances from Matn al ʿIzziyah

The Difference Between Pure and Impure Substances

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كُـلّ‮ ‬حَـيٍّ (Every living thing) طَـاهِـرٌ (is pure), آدَمِـيًّا (human) وَغَـيْرَهُ (and non-human),  وَكَـذالِكَ‮ ‬عَـرَقُهُ (likewise its perspiration) وَلُـعَابهُ (its saliva), وَمُـحَاظُهُ (its mucous), وَدَمْـعُهُ (its tears), وَبَـيْضُهُ (and its eggs) غَـيْرَ‮ ‬الْـمَذِرِ  (if they’re not rotten). وَهُـوَ‮ ‬الْـمُتَغَيِّرُ‮ ‬الْـمُنْتِـنُ (The egg is rotten when it has become putrid and changed).

وَلَـبَـنُ‮ ‬الآدَمِـيِّ‮ ‬فِـي‮ ‬حَالِ‮ ‬حَـيَاتِهِ (The milk of a living human) طَـاهِـرٌ (is pure), وَلَـبَـنُ‮ ‬مُبَاحِ‮ ‬الأَكْـلِ (and the milk of the animal which is lawful to be eaten) طَـاهِـرٌ (is pure), كَـالبَقَرةِ (like the cow) وَالغَنَمِ (and the sheep) وَالإبِـلِ (and the camel) وَكَـذالِـكَ بَـوْلُهُ (and likewise its urine) وَرَجِـيعُهُ (and its excrement) مَـا لَـمْ‮ ‬يَـتَغَذَّ‮ ‬بِـنَجَسٍ (when the animal has not been fed an impure substance) ولَـبَـنُ‮ ‬غَـيْرِهَـا‮ ‬ (as for the milk from other animals), تَـابِـعٌ‮ ‬لِلَحْـمِهِ (it depends on its meat).  فَـمَا حَـرُمَ‮ ‬أكْـلُ‮ ‬لَـحْـمِهِ (The animal whose meat is prohibited for consumption), فَـلَبَنُهُ‮ ‬نَـجَسٌ (its milk is impure), كَـالْـخَيْلِ (like [the milk of] the horse),  وَالبِـغَال (and the female mule),  وَالـحَـمِير (the donkey). وَمَـا كُـرِهَ‮ ‬أَكْـلُ‮ ‬لَـحْـمِهِ (Whichever animal’s meat is disliked for consumption), كَـالسَّبْعِ (like the lion), فَـلَبَنُهُ‮ ‬مُـكْرُوه (its milk is (disliked). وَمَيْتَةَ‮ ‬مَالاَ‮ ‬نَفْسَ‮ ‬لَهُ‮ ‬سَائِلَةٌ (the dead thing, in which unquestionably has no breath), كَـالذُّبَـابِ (like the fly), كَـالنَّمْلِ (the ant) وَالدُّودِ (and the worm) وَطَاهِرٌ (are pure).


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