Scholars of Islam, As-Salamu `alaykum. What is the Fatwa regarding wiping over the socks in wudu’? Please, explain how to do it. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Scholars of Islam, As-Salamu `alaykum. When making wudu’ (ablution), is it valid to wipe over leather socks with wet hands as opposed to completely washing one's feet? And what is the ruling regarding wiping over the cotton or nylon socks or stockings?
Dear brothers/ sisters, I have a very personal issue and would really appriciate if you do not post this question on your website. I went for Hajj this year with some family members. I was doing hajj-e-badal for my mother. We went for Tawaf-e-Ziarat on the 11th of Zilhaj. We got of the bus near the Haram and it was time for Fajr Nimaz to start. Before leaving Mina, I had done wadoo but was not in state of wadoo at that time (passed gas). In a hurry to join the prayer, I did wadoo on the footpath. I was wearing thick cotton socks and my companions said it was OK to do massah over them. I was a little unsure but was stupid enough to submit to the pressure. I did the wadoo but only mussah on my feet, offered Nimaz and did Tawwaf and Saee. To be on the safe side, I gave a Dum for any unknown mistake I might have committed unknowingly in Hajj (sheep or lamb). After comming back I read it was not OK to do mussah over cotton socks according to some Ulema. If that is the case, I was not is wadoo for the Tawaf and tawaf would not be valid. What is the penalty. Is it Dum of a sheep or a camel? I did tawaf-e-wida on the 13th (not a day of Nahr). I am a married woman and have since then had a normal relationship with my husband. I friend of mine thinks I might still be in a state of Ihram and may be committing a sin in my relationship with my husband. Please advice as soon as possible. I am on the verge of getting a nervous breakdown.
Dear scholars, as-salamu `alaykum. I entered ihram for `U mrah and it was cold so I wore socks. What should I do?