The Prohibition of blowing food and drink (study of ma’ani al-hadith)

Fathiyyah, Laila (2016) The Prohibition of blowing food and drink (study of ma’ani al-hadith). Undergraduate (S1) thesis, UIN Walisongo.

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Abstract

People always need to eat and drink, to strengthen the body, throw away the impurities and toxins, renew the cells, and stimulates the body and the blood circulation. As a muslim in each of their activities is concerned adab who have exemplified the Prophet so worth of worship, including etiquette when eating and drinking. Among the etiquette was not blowing on food and drinks. Wait until the food is cold, recently eaten. Allah Almighty will bless the food and drinks, during the etiquette taught by the Prophet Muhammad is applied. The prohibition of the Prophet there is wisdom hidden behind, which needs to be sought after know the reason why the Prophet forbade it to do. Then some this statement begs the question, what is the background behind the emergence of the statement of the Prophet Muhammad. In understanding ḥadīths of the Prophet with Ma'ānī al-Hadīth is the first step in addressing the Islamic discourses, which refers to ḥadīth of the Prophet that are scattered in various Islamic literature which is always cited without considering the meaning contained behind matan. This research is qualitative research, based on library research. While in data processing, the method used is thematic approach (mauḍu'ī), collect the entire primary ḥadīth literature. As for the subject matter in this research is finding the ḥadīths in Kutub al-Tis'ah, then do takhrīj to all of ḥadīths to know the quality, and do analyze matan. The author used historical, eidetic and practice approach. Many steps to do that. Among of it is analyze with looking historical fact, what is the reason of ḥadīth descending, then the author do analyze with health science approach, how the prohibition of blowing food and drink effect in terms of health. From this research, the author can conclude, i.e. based on the ḥadīths about the prohibition of blowing food and drink can be categorized as Ṣaḥīḥ al-Ḥadīth. Although among fourteen ḥadīths there are two ḥadīths indicate ḍa’īf because there is one of narrator assessed ḍa’īf, lahū manākir, he is Qurrah bin ‘Abd al-Raḥmān. It is doesn’t matter because the other ḥadīths many have narrators Ṣaḥīḥ, its mean that can be lasing (shawāhid) for the ḥadīth that ḍa’īf. So it can’t be concluded that those ḥadīth are ḍa’īf. So, the ḥadīth that have ḍa’īf quality can be ḥadīth ḥasan li ghairihī. Blowing food and drinks were prohibited, even the Prophet did not do. The Prophet forbade it there is reason behind, such as when human exhale air respiratory results as well as blowing, then not only discharge the residue of excretion gases only. The mouth will also be removing moisture and various existing particles from inside the oral cavity. Most easily detected is breath or bad breath often wafted. Bad breath indicates there is a particle which is also removed from the mouth. These particles can come from food scraps left on tooth crack, moreover there are microorganisms that live in the oral cavity. These microorganisms are adverse and sometimes as a pathogen. This should be avoided so do not get carried away so the solids particles will be either because it can stick and contaminate the food being blown. It can caused carbon dioxide mix with hydrogen so that result carbonic acid. If carbonic acid enter in the body too much and pH too high in the mouth can caused bad smell. In addition there are also inside the mouth of harmful particles, such as the remains of food in the mouth rot causing bad breath foul. This smell when blown in hot water we drink, it will stick and not very well if we drink again. In the mouth there are also invisible microorganisms are mutualisme (good) and there is also a pathology (bad). Then, microorganism in the mouth will stick to the hot food when blown, then will go into the stomach.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Additional Information: Advisor: Prof. Dr. Suparman Syukur, MA.; Muh. Syaifuddien Zuhriy, M. Ag.
Uncontrolled Keywords: Makanan; Kesehatan; Hadis
Subjects: 200 Religion (Class here Comparative religion) > 290 Other religions > 297 Islam and religions originating in it > 297.1 Sources of Islam > 297.12 Al-Quran and Hadith > 297.125 Hadits > 297.1251 Study of Text of Hadith
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Humaniora > Tafsir Hadis
Depositing User: Nur Rohmah
Date Deposited: 30 Sep 2016 03:39
Last Modified: 30 Sep 2016 03:39
URI: http://eprints.walisongo.ac.id/id/eprint/5842

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