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I have made tayammum for Janabah, I can manage to make wudhu, but not ghusl.

My question is, if I make tayammum for janabah then go to toilet or break a wind, does it put me in a state of Hadath Akbar or hadath Asghar?

  • I assume you have a valid reason for not being able to perform ghusl which apparently applies for those body parts which are not part of the wudu', am I correct? – Medi1Saif Jan 14 '18 at 14:32
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    Yes, due to circumstances I cannot perform ghusl. But I can perform wudhu – Michaeel Ahmed Hussein Elkald Jan 14 '18 at 14:35
  • This is a complicated matter that requires a fatwa by a knowledgeable scholar. Also, it will differ by school of jurisprudence and even within the same school depending on whether tayammum is viewed as a backbone (Arabic: عزيمة) or a license (Arabic: رخصة), and as an absolute alternative (Arabic: بدل مطلق) rather than an out-of-necessity alternative (Arabic: بدل ضروري). It is not a simple question that can be addressed without proper context and knowledge of your situation and the conditions allowing you to perform wudu' and not ghusl; definitely not a topic for anonymous users to answer. – III-AK-III Jan 14 '18 at 15:36
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because Islam SE is not a fatwa site. While questions about the legality of actions from a fiqh-generic perspective are acceptable, answers by anonymous users do not identify poster's level of knowledge, education or expertise. You should consider consulting a mufti in your area. Questions of this nature will most likely be closed. Please refer to How to Ask, and take a tour in our help center. – III-AK-III Apr 22 '18 at 17:45
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because Islam SE is not a fatwa site. While questions about the legality of actions from a fiqh-generic perspective are acceptable, answers by anonymous users do not identify poster's level of knowledge, education or expertise. You should consider consulting a well-versed scholar in your area. – Medi1Saif May 12 '19 at 8:10

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