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The cause dogs cursed in Islam

For sure Dog is Haraam in ISLAM 
this is also mentioned in sahih bukhari 5480 that if any one make a dog pet without th e need of security and / or without the need of hunting then 2 qeeraat (a unit) of beneficence will be deducted from his good deeds. 

for those who just dont know the actualy LAW of nature and why the dog is haraam / not allowed in islam they should try to KNOW the reasons first regardless to say this is because of saliva etc etc , this is actually our lack of knowledge and one should not say like that that this is wrong / funny etc . 

hint for those people : try to know the likes and dislike of the angels and try to read QURAN with meaning. 

In Islam dogs are not 'cursed'. That's actually funny. It is only their saliva which is considered unclean. In fact, the saliva of dogs often contains microscopic worms, science has shown. Dogs are also not to be kept inside the house at all times. They should be kept outside (like in a dog house). Other than these two, there is no reason to disdain dogs in Islam. 


A dog is the purest and most loyal of all beasts and must be respected, The Dog guards his master's belongings. while he is sleeping , the dog is awake, The dog loves his master more than itself, it even dies crying for his master when his master dies! 
Many Muslims have misunderstood Islam's teachings regarding dogs, and this misunderstanding has led to the mistreatment of these animals. The Prophet said, "Purifying a container that a dog has licked (in order for human's to use it) is done by washing it seven times, the first washing being with dirt."2However, according to some scholars, a dog's fur is considered pure3. Nonetheless, Muslims are discouraged from keeping dogs inside their homes, as the Prophet has been reported as saying that angels do not enter into a house that has a dog4. 

However, just because one does not keep a dog inside the home and doesn't drink after it, that does not give one the right to neglect it, mistreat it, or kill it. The usefulness of this creature of God is indisputable. No other animal can compete with it in its loyalty to its caregiver, its abilities as a guard, and its talent for hunting. In fact, the Qur'an narrates in Surat Al-Kahf, or "The Cave," the story of some pious youths who took refuge in a cave from the persecution and violence of the unbelievers. That these righteous people had a dog with them, and the fact that Allah mentions the dog and counts the dog among them, indicates that dogs are permitted to live among people. [And you would have thought them awake, whereas they were asleep. And We turned them on their right and on their left sides, and their dog stretching forth his two forelegs at the entrance (of the cave as a guard)] (Al-Kahf 18:18). 

So dogs may be used for guards as well as for hunting, as the Qur'an also states: [They ask you about what is lawful for them (as food); Say: Lawful unto you are (all) things good and pure: and those beasts and birds of prey which you have trained as hounds, training and teaching them (to catch) in a manner as directed to you by Allah; so eat what they catch for you, but pronounce the name of Allah over it and fear Allah, for Allah is swift in reckoning] (Al-Ma'idah 5:4). 

In two separate hadiths narrated by Abu Hurayrah (the cat-loving Companion), the Prophet told his Companions of the virtue of saving the life of a dog by giving it water and quenching its thirst: one referred to was a man who was blessed by Allah for giving water to a thirsty dog. The other was a prostitute, who filled her shoe with water and gave it to a dog that was lolling its tongue in thirst. For this deed she was granted the ultimate reward: eternal Paradise. 

Islam asks people to reflect upon this and be aware of each person's duty toward God's creatures, which He has put on earth for our use, not for our abuse. When the Prophet was asked if God rewarded acts of charity to the animals, he replied, "Yes, there is a reward for acts of charity to every beast alive."

Those who say this that dogs are not cursed in Islam they let know that they are cursed in Islam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! By keeping a dog in our house let angels go far away from our house!!!!!!!!!
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