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Hadith #1

أبي - رحمه الله - قال: حدثنا سعد بن عبد الله، عن يعقوب بن يزيد، عن يحيى ابن المبارك، عن عبد الله بن جبلة، عن إسحاق بن عمار، قال: سمعت أبا عبد الله عليه السلام يقول: لا صلاة لحاقن ولا لحاقب ولا لحاذق. والحاقن الذي به البول، والحاقب الذي به الغائط. والحاذق الذي به ضغطة الخف.

1. My father, may Allah grant him mercy, said: We were told by Sa’d bin Abdullah, from Ya’qoub bin Yazid, from Yahya ibn Mubarak, from Abdullah bin Jabala, from Ishaq bin Ammar, that he said: I heard Abu Abdillah, peace be upon him, say: There is no prayer (accepted) for a haaqin, nor for a haaqib, nor for a haadhiq. Haaqin is the one in whom there is urine [1], haaqib is the one in whom there is feces, and the haadhiq is the one who is pressured (in his foot) by a light shoe.