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At each culture there is a certain set of customs, traditions and etiquette. Actually, one of the important distinctive features between one nation and one tribe, from other, is as a rule, its own set of customs, traditions and etiquette. The nation or a tribe formed by followers of prophets and envoys of God is not an exception. In formation of Moslems, prophets of God directed their followers that they corresponded to certain sets of customs and etiquette which would distinguish them as the nation of followers of prophets Divine. However, as the main objective of all prophetical doctrines, weeding of human reason, a body and soul from everything that profanes it, customs and etiquette for this group of people, also were fixed and promoted their development with the same purpose on prospect.

The Arabian culture, initially, consisting of adherents of tradition of Avraam, has been made of customs, traditions and etiquette, even before appearance of the Prophet. Only with several insignificant exceptions, the Prophet has kept invariable traditions and customs of a heritage of Avraam. Thus, these traditions, as a rule, are more primitive part of Islam, in comparison with the Koran. After approval of the Prophet, customs have been passed a Muslim community through a consensus and practical perpetuating of associates of the Prophet.

Here some the basic Islamic customs, traditions and etiquette:

  1. Pronouncing of a name of God to meal or drink;
  2. Use of the right hand for food intake and drink;
  3. the Muslim greeting «Assalam alaikum» and the answer «Alaikum assalam»;
  4. Blessing after sneezing;
  5. Reading "adhan" in the right ear of the newborn;
  6. the Hairstyle of moustaches, depilation with pubis and from under armpits, trimming nails and circumcision;
  7. Preservation in cleanliness of a nose, a mouth and a teeth;
  8. Cleaning the after urination and defecations;
  9. Abstention from sexual contacts during time menstruation the woman and its postnatal period;
  10. Bathing after menstrual and the postnatal period and after sexual contact.

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