Questions tagged [wudu]

Ablution is a ritual of washing parts of one's body for purification. It is mandatory prior to performing prayers or handling the Qur'an.

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Is it allowed in Islam to load Quran into smart phone as pdf or audio format [closed]

Can someone please answer my following questions: -is it allowed to load Quran into smart phone as pdf or audio format? -if loading allowed then is it allow to read or listen Quran from smart phone ...
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Is it permissible to read the Quran without wudhu?

Is it permissible to read the Quran without wudhu? Can a Muslim read the Quran without wudhu?
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Would it be permissible to do mashaa on the wig when redoing wahdu if the wig was worn in wahdu?

I have alopecia, my hair has fallen. So I was wondering if I could do the mashah while doing wahdu, if I ready have a valid wadhu, while wearing the wig? Similar to washing feet and wearing socks.
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Which things break the wudu?

I am confused over the fact that roaming in house where kids, mom or sister in law or sometimes guests in your boxers, can break your wudu? I am generally living alone, and mostly want to be ...
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Is prayer acceptable if my wudhu breaks?

My wudhu breaks if I had gone to the toilet just before that, but if I wait for 20-30 minutes then it is not a problem. Even in some case, it still breaks. Will my prayer be accepted, if it breaks ...
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Keeping in ablution where the cold makes it difficult to maintain

I'm from Pakistan and we don't have gas in winters here to warm up water and less electricity in summers. Especially in winters, as there is no hot water and its already 1 C and no way to get a shower ...
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What is the significance of washing the feet instead of doing wuzu before saying the prayers?

What is the significance of washing the feet instead of doing the wuzu* before saying the prayers? Does it equate to wuzu? Or is it a type of wuzu? * by wuzu I mean the widely know practice ...
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Am i doing right 'ISTANJA'

I am a left handed man, i do istanja with right hand because it is very difficult to do it with left one.is it right or not. Please give me suggestion in the light of hadis .
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Does changing clothes break wudu?

Does it break my wudu if: I use a towel and change my clothes? I become completely naked and then wear the fresh clothes?
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Does eating camel's meat break the wudu?

In my area, camel's meat is rare. But at the day of Eid, the camel's meat will be imported and I'll be served with that Insha Allah. I heard a friend saying that eating camel's meat will break wudu. ...
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Does touching the urine of an infant invalidate wudu?

I wanted to know if accidentally touching urine invalidates wudu. Can someone throw some light on this for the following three situations: The urine is that of a child that has still not been weaned, ...
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Wipe off after wudu

After making wudu, is it allowed to wipe the water off the face and other parts or must simply let the water to dry by itself? What is the sunnah over that?
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Can I pause my Wudu' a little?

Nowadays, it is really cold in our country. When I am making Wudu' I was wondering if it is allowed to pause after washing my hands to the elbow to drain them, and get my blouse down, then continue ...
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Would wiping the neck in wudu' be considered makrooh or bid'ah?

All the Ahadith saying to wipe the neck in Wudu are either Da'if (Weak) or Maudoo' (Fabricated). So, would wiping the backside of the neck in Wudu' be considered Makrooh as all the Madhahib say ...
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Is there any Hadith describing the prophet wipe ing his neck in Wudu?

Is there any authentic Hadith that describes the Prophet (May Allah's peace and blessings be upon HIm) as wipe ing his neck in wudu?
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Is this hadith about wasting water by ibn Majah authentic?

Do not waste water, even if you perform your ablution on the banks of an abundantly-flowing river -Ibn Majah Is this hadith authentic? if it is not authentic, should Muslims still act on it?
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Are you supposed to perform wudu to read the Quran online or Quran digital? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can I read Qur’an from a monitor when I don’t have wudu? I'm always on the computer because my job. I want to ask Are you supposed to perform wudu to read the Quran online or ...
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What is the correct way to wash the feets when performing wudu?

I'm out of the house for most of the day either for school or work. When I need to make wudu there are times when I get to the part of washing my feet I just spray water over my shoes three times each....
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Does dripping urine break Wudu?

Sometimes after you have finished urinating, it may happen that you drip in your pants right after you perform Wudu or before you go for prayer. So I wonder if it breaks the Wudu; what about the ...
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Why is ablution specifically mentioned to use 3 and not 6 handsfull of water?

Why is it explicitly mentioned to not use 6 handfuls of water? aljamaat Then perform ablution in a manner, as described for the Salat. (Saheeh Bukhari), that is: Thrice do the gargling in the ...
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Can Qur'an be touched without wudu?

I was watching TV and a person who was being regarded as scholar said that It's ok to touch Qur'an without wudu.. He quoted an ayah, I guess it was this one; لَّا يَمَسُّهُ إِلَّا الْمُطَهَّرُونَ ...
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Can Muslims allow non-Muslims to touch mushaf?

A Muslim cannot touch mushaf without wudu. What if a non-Muslim sees someone reading Qur'an and wants to hold it? Can Muslim allow him to hold Qur'an, or is it not allowed since that person can't ...
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Can I read Qur'an from a monitor when I don't have wudu?

We don't touch or read Qur'an when we don't have wudu. On the other hand, we can recite it. Which ruling apply to reading Qur'an from a different medium than a printed book? Can we read Qur'an from ...

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