Ref. No. 2346/44-3525
In the name of Allah the most Gracious the most Merciful
The answer to your question is as follows:
If blood flows out of the body, then the ablution is broken. This is the principle of the Hanafis. According to Imam Shafi'i, the ablution does not break due to the discharge of blood. Both are proven by the traditions. The Hanafis have preferred the breaking of ablution because Blood is impure, and just like the discharge of impurity from the sabyilain breaks the ablution, it is also in the hadiths that the discharge of blood breaks the ablution. A Hadith says: There is no ablution in one or two drops of blood unless it is flowing blood (Sunan Dar-al Qutni 1/287) and There is another Hadith: Wudu is obligatory from all dripping blood. Musannaf Ibne Abi Shaibah 1/127) and there is a hadith that says: Wudu is from every liquid blood (Marifat us Sunan wal Asar 1/427)
In the same way, in many traditions, it has been prescribed to perform ablution on the flowing of the liquid blood. As far as the quoted tradition is concerned, it is the practice of the companion. There is a conflict between the words of the Holy Prophet (saws) and the actions of the said companion. And the Muhaddiseen says that in such a situation the saying of the Prophet (saws) would be preferred.
It is totally rubbish to abuse theologians. If someone abuses a theologian on the basis of his knowledge, there is fear of his disbelief, so one must abstain from abuse.
If a theologian has made religion a means of sustenance, then the theologian himself is responsible for his actions. However, one should refrain from abusing a theologian.
And Allah knows best
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