Discussion in 'Current Events' started by bripat9643, May 9, 2015.
No I use toilet paper.
Let me guess, you use your left hand ?
Coyote if I was at your house for dinner and went to wash my feet in your sink, you would be ok with it?
I believe the article said "convenience store", not "restaurant". Many people would rather avoid using convenience store bathrooms anyway.
You people are just looking for something to complain about.
look...I live in a house with multiiple dogs and cats and a husband. You think I'd be phazed by that?
Given the number of homeless running around now days people might be shocked to learn what happens in public restrooms.
most muslims in my city- we have more than any city our size in North America are very dirty and unclean overall.
Feet are on the ground. They don't open doors, handle food, or shake hands. Your comparison is ridiculous.
Wudu ( wash before prayer) is broken if you pass gas or go to the bathroom. So you sometimes have to make wudu more than once a day. However, it isn't necessary to put your foot in the sink. In Arab culture this is common but nothing in Islam says you need to put your foot under the tap.
All you need is three hand full of water for each foot. I don't understand why the guy is outraged. It isn't mandatory part of wudu to put your feet in the sink.
Not only that, if he's wearing socks all he needs to do is wipe over them with a wet hand. If he makes a wudu in the morning before putting his socks on, throughout the day he can just wipe over anytime he needs a wudu.
Before calling a group of people disgusting look at what happens in our culture.
You know what is disgusting? Only using tissue after pissing or shitting. It is still common in the west for people to only use tissue after using the bathroom. While in many parts of the world people use water to properly clean themselves after using the bathroom.
Yes washing your feet in the sink is disgusting but at least look at the nasty hygiene habits that exist in our culture first.
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