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Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:23  GMT

Are bird droppings impure?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:22  GMT

I heard that `A’îshah used to apply her saliva to mestrual blood that got on her clothes and then scratch it off with her fingernails. Is this true? I never heard that saliva can be used for purification.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:21  GMT

When a woman gets a vaginal discharge because of sexual arousal, like when she is with her husband like hugging, kissing etc... in that case is her discharge pure? Does it invalidate her wudu'? Does it make her clothes dirty?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:19  GMT

I am a new Muslim. I am living with my non-Muslim parents in a Western country. A while back, they brought home a dog as a pet. I made them aware that in Islam a dog is not to come in the home or near Muslims. They brought it home anyway. I understand that the saliva of dogs is impure and that it must be washed off whatever it touches seven times, once with dirt. I cannot keep the dog from licking me or my clothes. Am I expected to wash myself with soil from then hands to elbows and from toes to ...



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:18  GMT

If I sit or recline on furniture that has come in contact with impurities, will that make my clothing impure?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:17  GMT

Can we use dishes that non-Muslims had formerly used to cook pork or other unlawfully slaughtered meat or used to eat such meat from? I ask in reference to the hadith about the dishes of the people of the Book: "Do not eat from them unless you do not find anything else to eat from. In that case, wash them and eat from them.”



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:16  GMT

When my periods starts, it is dark coloured, lightly flowing, and thick. Then after a few days it becomes red, heavier and more liquidy. Then towards the end, it becomes like the beginning as thick, dark and lightly flowing. This lasts for a long time. Do I consider the whole thing as my menses?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:13  GMT

After taking the bath for menstruation, a woman begins offering obligatory and voluntary prayers. Sometimes, there is a resumption of her menses. Does this mean that she must make up those prayers that she prayed mistakenly? However, when she took her bath, there were no traces of blood or pink fluid.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:10  GMT

Can a menstruating woman hold the Qur’ân if she needs to read from it?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:08  GMT

Can a man and his wife do anything intimate with one another when the wife is on her period?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:07  GMT

What prayers must a woman make up if her bleeding comes to an end at night before dawn or in the late afternoon before sunset?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:06  GMT

If a woman spots for a few days prior to actual bleeding, is this considered part of menstruation?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:02  GMT

Please, can you advise us about menstruating women entering the mosques and remaining within them? Are there differences of opinion among the scholars on this matter? The reason that I am asking this question is because there is a Qur’ân memorization class which I know of that is held in the upstairs women’s prayer area of the mosque. The sheikh giving the class says that women can still attend when they are menstruating. Is this correct?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 01:00  GMT

Can a woman offer prayers if she is experiencing irregular periods exceeding one week in duration while she is pregnant? Please advise in this regard with evidence.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:59  GMT

When should a menstruating woman resume her prayers again at the end of her menstration? Must she wait to be sure that her menstruation is over before making her ghusl and resuming her prayers? Which prayers must she make up?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:55  GMT

How vigilant should a woman be about ascertaining when her menstrual period has come to an end? Does she have to wake up (with an alarm clock's help) at Fajr time to go and check if her period has ended with time enough to spare for her to bathe and pray? Or, should she just wake up whenever she wakes up and then go and and check? My question is not about how to clinically determine that the period is over. I'm clear about that. I just want to know how vigilant she has to be.



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:52  GMT

I have been told that when you have finished urinating you must wring your penis so that at least three drops come out. I have also been told that you must wait after urinating and then try to urinate again to dispel any trapped urine. Is this correct ?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:51  GMT

When we perform wudû’, are we required in every wudû’ to wash our backsides and our private parts, even if we have not gone to the bathroom beforehand?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:49  GMT

When a person passes gas, does he have to wash his private area before he can offer prayers? Alsos, does he have to wash his private area every time he makes wudû', regardless of whether he has gone to the bathroom?



Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:48  GMT

Does a wet dream obligate a person to perform ghusl? What if he wakes up dry after having a wet dream and only sees something come out after he goes to relieve himself in the bathroom?




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