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What is the ruling on water that gets onto oneâs clothes when washing after relieving oneself (istinjaâ), using the tap?.Praise be to Allaah.
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:58 GMT
Does cutting the nails or having a hair cut while in wudû' make wudû' invalid?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:56 GMT
I heard that wudû’ does not require an intention. For example, if I were to be pushed into a clean river and my head, face, hands, arms, and feet get wet, then I am automatically in a state of wudû’. Is this true?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:55 GMT
If someone had arthritis, for instance, and they cannot perform wudû' properly because they cannot allow water to touch a certain spot, how would they do their wudû' in an acceptable manner?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:54 GMT
If I put on my headscarf after making wudû', do I need to take it off again when I make another wudû' or is it enough to wipe over it?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:53 GMT
If it is wrong to say Allah's name in the bathroom, how can we make mention of Allah before performing wudû’ and how can we offer the prescribed supplications upon entering and leaving the bathroom?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:52 GMT
When and how should a person perform tayammum? Could you please present me with a general overview of tayammum?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:50 GMT
If a man is easily afflicted by cold air and he wakes up on a bitterly cold day in a state of major ritual impurity and he has no choice but to go outside on that day, what should he do? Should he postpone performance of his morning prayers until the time of Zuhr when the weather will be warmer? Should he perform wudû’ and pray on time? Should he perform tayammum?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:48 GMT
Does eating camel meat nullify a person's wudû’?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:47 GMT
Is it true that according to Hanbalî law, a person can wipe over cloth or woolen socks when performing wudû’ and not just over leather socks? Can you please cite the relevant Hanbalî references?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:43 GMT
I have read that there are two hadith that conflict on whether touching your private parts breaks your wudû’. Which is the correct position?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:39 GMT
What are the conditions for wiping over the turban in wudû'? Do these rulings applyto a woman's headscarf as well?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:37 GMT
While swimming at the beach or at a pool and swimming underwater, a person's whole body becomes wet. Does this mean that when the person gets out of the water, he or she can dispense with wudû' and pray immediately?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:33 GMT
I have a business opportunity to sell paint brushes. However, the brushes are made from swine bristle. Is this lawful?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:32 GMT
Can a woman wear perfume containing alcohol, or is it impure?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:31 GMT
I am working in the field of wastewater treatment and reuse. So my question is, from the Islamic point of view, is the reuse of treated wastewater permissible for irrigation of crops or park areas?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:28 GMT
When I am not menstruating, I notice that my private parts are usually moist with discharge. I asked all my close Muslim friends and I discovered that the majority have the same condition. And after speaking to a Muslim female medic she told me that the female body discharges fluid as a natural way of cleaning, and she also stated this was the natural condition of the majority of female population and not an illness. How does a Muslim woman maintain her state of purity if she invariably has cont ...
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:27 GMT
Does tanning purify the hides of all animals, includng pigskin?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:24 GMT
As a butcher, I would like to know about the purity of the blood of slaughered animals.
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 01:23 GMT
I heard that semen is pure and if a person prays with it on his clothing, his prayer is valid. Is this true?
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