As-salaam Alaikum Dear Scholars,I have questions regarding wiping of the head during ablution. For women who tie their hair in a bun or pony tail, are we supposed to untie our hair before wiping? Please explain how we should wipe our head. Also, are we supposed to make sure the water reach or touch the skin of our head when wiping?Jazakallah Khairan.
I keep having pimples and acne on my face. I know that, according to some schools of thought, blood that comes out of the wound, if it flows, is unclean and one has to repeat wudu'.My question is related to something that sometimes comes after the blood. There comes out water-like material from the wound. Is that water-like material (which is the color of water) also unclean? Do I need to repeat the wudu' after it?
Asalamualaikum warahmatuallah wabarakatahu. I want to ask that when married obviously you want to look good for your parnter. If a woman wears make up and does her wudhu with make up covering her face is it true that her wudhu is not accepted because the water should directly touch the skin?also I know its permissible to donate organs but is it also permissible for a deceased person to donate their skin to a burns victim? Lastly, I have an account which involves interest, because all western accounts involve this. If i was to take this interest money and donate it to charity instead of using it for myself will that then make the money left in my account halal and guarantee that i wont be sinned for dealing in riba? Jazakallah khairun for your help.
What should a person do if he is in the first line of the jama`ah congregational prayer and he loses his wudu’ or ablution (e.g., by breaking wind)?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Is there any du`aa’ (supplication) recorded in the Sunnah to be said after ablution?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Can we perform ablution with Zamzam water?
Is wiping over socks while performing wudu’ (ablution) a dispensation only in winter or is it permissible throughout the year regardless of the weather?
Dear Scholars in Islam,When under stress I sometimes have a condition called irritable bowel syndrome which causes me to feel the need to pass wind suddenly and inconsistently. Sometimes, I go through a period without any difficulty but my symptoms can reoccur at anytime without notice, usually due to stress. However, I am able to control myse lf from passing the wind in order to keep my wudu. My questions are: a) so long as one does not actually pass the wind is his wudu valid, even if he is resisting the urge to pass wind? b) when combining Maghreb and Ishaa? I started to feel the wind during Maghreb prayer but controlled myself and continued on to praying Ishaa? and resisted the urge to pass wind, should I have made wudu in between the two prayers even though I didn?t pass any wind? I had just made wudu a few minutes prior. c) Is my Ishaa? prayer therefore invalid? I should mention that I also have severe waswass which causes me stress and in turn, I believe, makes my irritable bowel syndrome worse. -Your sister in Islam
Salam 3alaykum. The following is an excerpt of the ? Concession for people who find it difficult to hold their wudu?: ?Ibn Hajar, may Allah have mercy on him, said: ?The ruling on non-menstrual blood (Istihadah) is the same as the ruling on anything that breaks Wudu?: she should do Wudu? for each prayer, but she should not pray more than one Fard (obligatory) prayer with that Wudu?, whether she is praying on time or is making up the prayer later, because of the apparent meaning of the hadith, ?You should do Wudu? for each prayer.? This is the opinion of the majority of scholars. (Fat-h al-Bari)The same ruling applies to the person who suffers from continual incontinence or wind. You can pray as many Nafl prayers as you like with the Wudu? you made for a Fard prayer, until the time for that fard prayer is over.?However, performing only one Fard prayer is the opinion of the Shafi`i scholars. The Hanafi and Hanbali scholars are of the view that people with such unusual circumstances should make a new Wudu? for the time of each prayer and then they can perform whatever they like of obligatory and supererogatory prayers as long as the time of the prayer did not elapse.?My query is as follows: I suffer from continual incontinence or wind and am acquainted with the concession for people who have difficulty maintaining their wudu?. I am a European Muslim and it is not possible for me to pray the Dhuhr and ?Asr prayer on time in the workplace, so I have to make up for them later at home, and also sometimes with them the Maghreb prayer. I know that according to some scholars, it is permissible to do wudu? and pray for instance Dhuhr and ?Asr together as long as it is the time for this combined prayer. But why can?t I do the same when I am making up for both prayers? Why do I have to repeat wudu? for ?asr prayer? Why can?t I just make one wudu? and pray all the fard prayers on that one wudu? plus the sunna prayers and be done with it? I don?t understand the hikma behind the ruling. Is it because of the aforementioned hadith or is there something else? Is there another more lenient ruling. What?s the maliki ruling by the way? I would be grateful if you could shed some light on the matter. Thank you.
As-Salamu `Alaykum. Could you please furnish me with a Fatwa regarding wiping the neck in ablution. Is it part of the obligatory parts of the ablution or is it a Bid`ah or innovation?
Asalamu Alaikom,I have a question regarding a waterproof sun protection product.I have read that once something waterproof is applied to the skin, wudu will be void because water does not get to the skin.My problem now is, when I go to swim, I have to apply sun protection product, wich is waterproof, thus my wudu would be invalid.Could you tell me what to do in this situation
Can we join and shorten prayers when traveling (zuhr and asr, maghrib and isha') in a plane or train without performing ablution and without facing the qiblah because the situation and condition of the plane have made impossible to do so? Do the prayers count, or do we have to repeat the prayers again?
Respected scholars, as-salamu `alaykum. Can I wipe over the cloth socks in my wudu' or must they be made of leather? Jazakum Allahu Khayran.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. What is the ruling concerning a person who doubts whether or not he nullified his ablution? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Assalamualaikum. I have a question regarding on henna and wudu. I bought this tube Henna the other day and when I read the ingredients, I found out that it has emulsifying wax in one of its ingredients. I know that emulsifying wax is used to hold the ingredients together by creating an emulsion between the oil and water. My question now is does our wudu get accepted if we used this kind of henna?Jazakum Allah khayran