Praise be to Allah,
You should start your Ghusl all over and also, Prophet Muhammad (s) ordered us to shave pubic hairs because impure substances stick to the public hairs and also because it is different from the practices of the non-believers and avoids bad smells. Prophet Muhammad (s) said, “5 things are part of fitrah, circumcision, removing the pubic ...
First ghusl must be done to regain tahrah (ritual purity) in order to be able to pray and worship. If a woman became junub during her menses. Even if she performed ghusl for Janabah she doesn't get in a state of tahrah unless by coincidence her menses ended.
So from a logical point of view ghusl is not necesarry, but in case of an haram (illegal) reason for ...
this person is the same person who asked the question and I've checked a website and it says this
Question: A woman was in the state of Janabat and she realized that her monthly period had started. Can she perform one Ghusl later with the intention of both Ghusl-e Hayz and Ghusl-e Janabat?
Answer: Yes, one Ghusl is sufficient. It is permissible to perform ...
You shouldn't complicate things.
As long as if someone suddenly out of no where just jumps at you and asks what are you doing and you're answer is I'm making a ghusl then you're good ie you're not asking yourself "Did I just make ghusl...funny I didn't know how that happened. I just wanted to wash my foot. I didn't want to make a ghusl. "
The only ...
The skin that needs to be reached by water during ghusl is the visible, superficial part.
Note that the prophet poured three times water over his head to perform ghusl so you shouldn't waste your time nor water for performing it better than necessary.
Jabir bin `Abdullah said to me, "Your cousin (Hasan bin Muhammad bin Al-Hanafiya) came to me and asked ...
The majority view is that niyyah is required for ghusl, as without it one wouldn't be tahir and therefore the minimum condition for praying is not reached.
"The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his ...
Niyyat(Intention) is a must. Every single work is based on intention.
I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for."
Regarding your question I would like to quote a Sahih Hadith of Prophet Muhammmad (PBUH)
The deeds (their reward) are dependent on the intentions
The dirt (soil) is not impure according to sharia unless it has urine, poop or other kinds of impurities.
So, insha'Allah your Ghusal will be considered valid.
Allah says in Quran:
in general using soap and a like is ok if you find that water alone doesn't remove the smell so you do a normal shower using these substances (soap and a like) then you do the ghusl and for that here is a good article about how it is done:
You don't have to ghusl there is tayammum in Islam which can be a alternative to ghusl.It will make you pure and you can pray again.
This might need some elaboration (that i hopefully will add later), but
You should know that the rulings of Islam are made in such way that they shouldn't harm people or cause them death.
Allah does not charge a soul except [with that within] its capacity. ... (2.286)
So fear Allah as much as you are able and listen and obey and spend [in the way of Allah ...
If mani was released ghusl is obligatory if madhiy was realesed then wudu is obligatory for becomming ritually pure. Also mastrbuation is haram beccause of clear evidence Masturbation (for both men and women) is haraam (forbidden) in Islam based on the following evidence: First from the Quraan: Imam Shafii stated that masturbation is forbidden based on the ...
Ghusl is only valid if it was performed after the reason for which it was ordered. Allah the Almighty says :
And if you are in a state of janabah, then purify yourselves.... (5:6)
Here the Arabic original uses the past form and says:
وإن كنتم جنبا فاطهروا
So "are" is rather "were" and the emphasize is on what happened earlier. As ...
You need to thoroughly wash the contaminated area with water.
You do not need to perform ghusl or wudu just because of this.
The matters which invalidate wudu are mentioned here. While ghusl is required when one of the following occurs:
Secretion of sexual fluids from the private part
Menstruation and post-natal bleeding
Entering of the private parts into ...
I think you need to make wudoo' if the urine gets onto your body (not only clothes), it doesn't matter if the urine is from a baby or someone else or yourself since it would be an impurity (najaasah). If it is only on your clothes, then you can clean the area with water and make wudoo' just in case. Be aware that this is just my interpretation/opinion, Allah ...