The wisdom behind the prescription of purification in Islam
Ruling on purifying oneself with water that has changed due to rust
On principle, an incident should be thought of as having happened at the closest time, and this applies to one who did ghusl, then noticed something on his body that prevented water from reaching the skin
Ruling on touching the cover of the Mushaf without wudoo’
Doing Wudu and Ghusl While Wearing Fixed Wig
He has hyperhidrosis and feels that there are traces of shampoo and soap on the skin; are his wudoo’ and ghusl valid?
She is suffering from flatus incontinence and stopped praying for a while because of that; she is asking for a remedy
The one who is overwhelmed by uncertainty should not pay any attention to his uncertainty
Junob and cannot perform ghusl or tayammum
Ruling on keeping a seizure alert service dog
Ruling on bleeding caused by abortion pills
Ruling on praying behind one who has dirt in the cracks on his feet
Ruling on doing wudoo’ and ghusl with water that has been changed by the addition of something taahir (pure)
He is paralyzed and suffers from involuntary urination; how can he purify himself and pray, and can he do tayammum in the event of janaabah?
When is a substance applied to the body regarded as a barrier that prevents water from reaching the skin when doing wudoo’?
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