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This Mosque Has Found a Clever Way to Encourage Worshippers to Use Less Water

We’ve all done it…when making ablution, we have used more water than required, sometimes turning the tap on full blast and wasting water. Not only is it against the way of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), we may even be sinful for doing so.

Now, a mosque in Hackney, London has found a clever way to encourage worshippers to save water when performing ablution.

The following sign written in both Turkish and English has been put up in the ablution area:

Wudhu Tap

And here is a demonstration of how the taps work, a light comes on when too much water is being used:

Great idea, light shows when wasting water during wudu. Masjid in #hackney

Posted by ZamZam Academy on Wednesday, 3 February 2016

 
Video courtesy of ZamZam Academy

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Written by Rafiq ibn Jubair

Rafiq ibn Jubair is the founder and editor-in-chief of IlmFeed. He is a graphic designer and digital marketing specialist by profession. Rafiq is also a graduate of the Islamic Sciences and has Ijazas (formal authorisation) in Hadith, Tafsir and Fiqh amongst other subjects.

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