No it's not allowed to pray right after intercourse unless you first took a bath.
Sex brings upon a state of being in ceremonial impurity and requires ghusl [Surah al-Maidah 5:6]
Once you have taken a bath, only then can you pray.
If a man and woman (hopefully spouses) had intercourse they are asked to perform ghusl (once the glans has fully penetrated the vagina) to be able to pray -as this is what is called the state of janabah-. In case that they can't do it because of a valid reason such as the lack of water they are allowed to perform tayamum. This is simply what the Quran says:
If you found the same discharge that comes after sexual intercross so you must do ghusl even if you dreamed or not.
The point is the coming of the sexual discharge out. Once you saw it -even without dream-so you must do ghusl
The liquid which comes from the woman after sexual intercross can be noticed by two main things:
1- it is a light ...
There's a hadith about this:
It was narrated from 'Aishah that: Asma asked the Messenger of Allah about bathing after ones's period. He said: "One of you should take her water and lote leaves, and purify herself well, or thoroughly. Then she should pour water over her head and rub it vigorously so that the water reaches the roots of her hair. Then she ...
Ghusl (bath) is same for sexual impurity or menstruation.
Apart from cleaning obvious traces of impurities, the essential parts of ghusl are:
Pouring water on the whole body so that no patch remains dry at the end.Agreed upon
Having the intention of doing ghusl Shafis, Malikis
Rubbing the body with your hands or a tool Malikis
Rinsing the mouth and nostrils ...
There are three different fluids that may create confusion about taharah.
Maniy or many المني which is fluid secreted by either male or female at the time of orgasm or climax. It comes from a man in a thick and white form while that which comes from a woman is thin and yellow (the Colour however could depend on the health of a person, for details refer to ...
Some say that ghusl on Friday is obligatory, some say it is recommended, but nevertheless:
Ibn `Umar reported that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, “Men and women coming for the Friday prayer should take a bath, but those who aren’t, shouldn’t.”
- Nihayat Al-Muhtaj
The main purpose of performing ghusl on Friday is to ...
All praise to Allah Swt and blessings on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions.
Ali r.a narrated: "I asked the Prophet peace be upon him about Al-Madhi. He said: "For Al-Madhi is Wudu, and for AI-Mani is Ghusl."(Tirmidhi on Book of Purification).,,and madhi is uretheral fluid and mani is Semen.
If you have not observed Semen,,In ...
According to this fatwa (Arabic and Urdu are available) ghusl is not needed and in cases, assuming the woman was clean (has performed wudu' before the "intervention") she even doesn't have to perform wudu', because wudu' would only be necessary if she had some discharge, but this is a sign of pleasure.
Some quotes from this fatwa:
قال النووي رحمه ...
Great question.. The ruling for the deceased who died in a dry area is to perform Tayammum on him, since Tayammum replaces the functionality of water (performing ablution or ghusl al-janabah) when it is not available.
Here are the two verses that talked about Tayammum in Surat An-Nisaa and Surat Al-Ma'idah
You can also check this answer regarding your ...
The process of taking a bath after sex, or any janabah, includes washing of the head, but it's not necessary to wash all of the hair as this doesn't come in any teachings of the Prophet.
There are several hadiths on this issue. One from Umm Salma saying:
"O Allah's Messenger! I am a woman with braids on my head. Should I untie them for bath of janabah?"
No, it is mandatory to perform ghusl-e-janabat after intercourse even if you have not ejaculated. If water is not available or harmful for you , you must do tayammum.
[Note: The answer is from a shia perspective.]
If you are taking a regular shower, you have not performed regular Wudu since Allah swt says in surat Al-Ma'idah ayah 6
يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا إِذَا قُمْتُمْ إِلَى الصَّلَاةِ فَاغْسِلُوا وُجُوهَكُمْ وَأَيْدِيَكُمْ إِلَى الْمَرَافِقِ وَامْسَحُوا بِرُءُوسِكُمْ وَأَرْجُلَكُمْ إِلَى الْكَعْبَيْنِ وَإِن كُنتُمْ جُنُبًا فَاطَّهَّرُوا وَإِن كُنتُم ...
There are different obligatory requirements of ghusl according to the various schools:
having the intention to do ghusl
pouring water over the every part of the body
rubbing every part of the body
rinsing the mouth and nostrils
Using soap or shampoo does not play a part. As long as you have done the above actions your ghusl should be valid.
For further ...
If you uttered your niyyah and passed water over your whole body you performed ghusl. Anything else is rather optional or madhhabs based as the qur'an simply says wash yourselves while for prayer washing hands, face and feet and wiping over head is explicitly mentioned:
O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform] prayer, wash your faces and your ...
No it isn't required by default.
In this context ghusl is only required if you have intercourse or an ejaculation (intercourse, wet dream, masturbation etc.).
For further information refer to my answers on If I feel a drop of urine come out when I’m performing ghusl, do I need to restart?? and What should be done after sex according to Islam? and the ...
First of all janabah is the state after emission of semen be it via intercourse (be it legal or illegal), masturbation or a wet dream.
And for leaving this state and being able to pray and worship Allah we are required to perform ghusl:
... And if you are in a state of janabah, then purify yourselves. But if you are ill or on a journey or one of you comes ...
Note that ghusl doesn't become invalid by what invalidates wudu'.
The things which require performing ghusl
It only invalidates by what makes it necessary such as:
semen emission due to lust and desire.
intercourse (with or without semen emission)
end of menses or childbed bleeding
death (this is the only case where somebody else must ...
Take a look at this Post what you describe is madhiy المذي and and no you don't need to perform ghusl, but might clean your cloths and wash your private parts and re-do your wudu'.
Note that madhiy is considered as unclean like urine, but it doesn't break the fast (see for example this fatwa).
The major difference between many (sperms) and madhiy is that ...
All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions,
Ghusl becomes compulsory after:
Ejaculation ,Intercourse, Menstruation and Post-natal bleeding.
Hadath-Akbar refers to a state of major ritual impurity. The condition of Hadath-Akbar requires the complete ablution (al-ghusl) ...
Short answer: Because you eventually need the bath to purify yourself for prayer, so I guess it's required.
But converting to Islam shouldn't be a system or a list of things to do, just Believe in Shahada and then gradually learn more and more of what you can and cannot do and how to practice, this is how islam was introduced by Allah Through the prophet.
Sahih Muslim contains the hadith
'A'isha reported: A woman asked the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) how to wash herself after menstruation. She mentioned that he taught her how to take bath and then told her to take a piece of cotton with musk and purify herself. She said: How should I purify myself with that? He (the Holy Prophet) said: Praise be to Allah, purify ...
Intercourse entails ritual impurity. One can not perform prayers(Salah) or visit a Mosque while in a state of ritual impurity, and everything else is permissible. Ritual impurity caused by intercourse is removed by performing Ghusl(bath) See IslamQA.
Regarding eating, it is not necessary to perform Ghusl before that, though majority opinion is that it is ...
The hadith you are asking about is an authentic hadith in Sunan an-Nasā'i:
عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم: إِذَا خَرَجَتِ الْمَرْأَةُ إِلَى الْمَسْجِدِ فَلْتَغْتَسِلْ مِنَ الطِّيبِ كَمَا تَغْتَسِلُ مِنَ الْجَنَابَةِ
It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said: "The Messenger of Allah [SAW] said: 'If a woman goes out ...
Note that ghusl is considered as necessary in certain cases: janabah (by intercourse, or if semen comes out), menses, child birth, death, conversion (according to some scholars) etc. (See also islamqa #93027)
While wudu' is necessary in other cases among them is if one pees or mady or wady comes out. For details refer to Which things break the wudu?.
Theoretically after the maghrib the day starts so this time would be counted as part of the Friday (from this point of view).
As I in first place over read the restriction on the hanafi view my answer is more general, but addressing the two main positions in the hanafi madhhab in particular, hoping it would be helpful for others.
The major differences ...
For having performed ghusl you must ensure that water has reached all parts of your body. Else your ghusl can't be considered as valid. The Qur'an itself only tells us the ruling of ghusl as an ordered act to clean oneself after janabah, menses or child birth. There are no details on how to do it, this implies that the general understanding applies which is ...