Strictly speaking, the wudu requirement is for mus-hafs only. A mus-haf is a tangible copy of the Qur'an, something that is permanent. This requirement comes from the ayah in Surat Waqi'ah:79:
None touch it except the purified.
The scholars say that digital media doesn't count as mus-haf because it is a fleeting display that comes and goes, there is no ...
The general rule if you can control urination:
If you pass urine or drops of urine, you have to make wudoo’ and wash only the parts of the body and clothing (on which the urine has fallen).
If you have no control over these drops:
If the situation you describe, the occasional emission of a few drops of urine, is beyond your control, then your case is ...
Yes the Quran can be touched without Wudu'. It is not compulsory/you do not have to make wudu to read the Quran. Although it is liked to read the Quran on wudu based on the Prophet's (peace and blessings be upon Him) saying:
إِنِّي كَرِهْتُ أَنْ أَذْكُرَ اللَّهَ عَزَّ وَجَلَّ إِلاَّ عَلَى
I disliked remembering Allah except in the state of ...
The scholars differed about some of the reasons that breaks wudu'. but i'll mention in this answer reasons that have a vivid evidence, and there's no differs between scholars about it:
Any discharge from the front or back passage (urine, stools, wind,etc.) 1
Sleeping long enough that you can't tell if you discharge or not. 2
Touching a woman's body with ...
As Medi1Saif said in the comments. Washing the feet is an essential part of Wudu:
Quran 5:6 O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform]
prayer, wash your faces and your forearms to the elbows and wipe over
your heads and wash your feet to the ankles. And if you are in a state
of janabah, then purify yourselves ...
And most people use a sink ...
Touching urine or any kind of Najas doesn't invalidate wudu. According to the Hanafi Madhab Wudu invalidiates only in these cases:
(1) Discharging urine or stool
(2) Discharge of gases;
(3) Flowing of blood or pus out of anything part of the body;
(4) Vomiting in mouthful;
(5) To sleep lying down or by resting the body against something;
(6) To faint due to ...
This is a controversial matter and there is a difference of opinion. Most scholars prohibit disbelievers from touching the Qur'an. Shaykh Ibn Jibreen said:
"The Holy Qur’aan should not be touched by anyone except those who are
purified. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):
“Verily, the Mushrikoon (polytheists, pagans, idolaters, ...
No, a Mushaf of the Quran should not be touched without wudu.
The evidence is the verse of the Quran:
لا يمسه إلا المطهرون
None touch it except the purified.
— Quran 56:79
And the saying of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, with which he instructed 'Amr ibn Hazm as governor of Yemen:
لا يمس القرآن إلا طاهر
No-one should touch the Qur'an unless ...
This hadith appears in the collection of Ibn Majah, under the chapter "Concerning Moderation In Ablution And Avoiding Extravagance." This particular chain is classed "weak." link
However, this hadith appears in other collections. In particular, the version in Musnad Ahmad is graded Sahih by Ahmad Shakir. Al-Albani also collected this hadith in his Silsilah ...
First of all note if all of us needed to be purified to perform dhikr or du'a logically that would mean that women would have a vast disadvantage, only because of something Allah created: They have menses and they have the postpartum period which are long periods of time where they would not be allowed to communicate with Allah, while men can only become ...
Yes, praying with the same wudhu is valid. Although, it is Sunnah to perform ablution for every prayer as the Prophet (ﷺ) used to do so.
Narrated 'Amr bin 'Amir:
Anas said, "The Prophet (ﷺ) used to perform ablution for every
prayer." I asked Anas, "What did you used to do?' Anas replied, "We
used to pray with the same ablution until we break it ...
It is recommended to have wudu always. Hadith says wudu is light and wudu on wudu is light on light. (Light means spiritual benefits that we are not able to understand them. It is like explaining what is light of sun for a blind born man who never has seen sun. So hadith says only light.)
Also this verse:
وَلَمْ يَرَ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا أَنَّ ...
You should do proper wodu to be in the purity state (Tahara) in order to perform your prayers. Sharee'a is dynamic; if it's difficult to wash your feet in public, you can wipe over your socks (under some conditions) once with your wet hand and your wodu' will still be proper. Prophet Muhammad did that, as well as his followers.
This is a complete fatwa ...
No, there is no authentic Hadith regarding wiping the neck. It should not be wiped.
See relevant fatwa by Bin Baz in Arabic or in English. In summary, there is a weak Hadith that Hanafi's followed, but it isn't authentic. A discussion of that Hadith and others can be found here (in Arabic). An additional reference is here (in Arabic too).
It sounds like you are confusing ghusl and wudu.
Ghusl is a full body wash. It is required in order to lift a state of major ritual impurity (intercourse, ejaculation, menses, post-partum bleeding).
Wudu is simply ritual ablution, required to lift a state of minor ritual impurity (such as from using the restroom or passing gas). It only involves rinsing ...
Welcome back! Watch a few videos to familiarize yourself with the prayer (such as this one) and with the washing process to purify oneself for prayer.
When you enter the masjid, keep your shoes aside in the racks provided for that purpose and head over to the prayer area.
If there is time before the sermon or before the prayer starts, offer two units of ...
There is considerable debate whether touching your own private parts breaks wudu, the ruling heavily depends on madhhab. As for shafii fiqh, "reliance of the traveler" (unless I'm mistaken, this is the most respected legal manual in the shafii school) mentions that it does not matter whose private parts you touch, and whether you do it intentionally or not; ...
There are four Mandatory things (Farz) in Wuzu.
Wash face one time.
Wash hands till elbow one time.
do masah of one-forth of head one time
wash feet with ankle one time.
(Surah Ma'idah - Ayah 6)
O you who have believed, when you rise to [perform] prayer, wash your faces and your forearms to the elbows and wipe over ...
It is a recommended Sunnah to sleep in a state of ritual purity.
[Shurunbulali, Maraqi al-Falah]
There are 5 benefits of sleeping with Wudhoo:
Angels would pray for you (make dua)
The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and give him peace) said,
“When you go to bed, you should perform the ablution (wudu) for the prayer, and then lay down on your right ...
No it is not obligatory to urinate standing up, but it is Sunnah to urinate sitting down.
It was narrated that 'Aishah said:
"Whoever tells you that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) urinated standing up, do not believe him, for he would not urinate except while squatting."
The Prophet did so because this was more concealing, and it reduces the risk of any ...
This concept comes from a weak chained Hadith:
إِنَّ الْغَضَبَ مِنْ الشَّيْطَانِ وَإِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ خُلِقَ مِنْ
النَّارِ وَإِنَّمَا تُطْفَأُ النَّارُ بِالْمَاءِ فَإِذَا غَضِبَ
Anger is from Shaytan and Shaytan is made from fire. Verily fire is
put out with water, so if any of you become angry, then make Wudu'
No you are not able to say prayer with "Napaak"" clothes and body. You are saying that you are in university so you have to first change your clothes if possible otherwise wash your clothes and body parts that where you are sure that urine dropped on that area and you see it. If your clothes color is like you can't judge that where urine dropped then you ...
There is a clearly defined list of things which invalidate the prayer, and nothing other than these invalidate the wudhu. They are as follows:
passing wind from the rear/flatulating
going into sleep, deep enough that it restrict sight and hearing. If you are unable to see (eye closed, dark room, etc) but can hear then the ...
Hadhrat Aa'ishah (Radhiyallaahu Anhaa) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam) had a cloth which he used after Wudhu (Tirmidhi V1 P89).
Hadhrat Maymoonah (Radhiyallaahu Anhaa) says that once she presented a cloth to Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi wa Sallam) but he did not take it, instead he brushed the water off with his hands(Bukhaari V1 ...
There are numerous sahih reports, such as this one collected by Bukhari, that the sunnah of the prophet was to perform his ablution in such a way. He would rinse his mouth and his nose with a single handful of water, that is to say he would take a single handful of water and rinse his mouth out with part of it, then rinse his nose out with the remainder. ...
Wudhu becomes void when at least one of the following seven things happens:
1.Passing of urine.
3.Passing wind from the rear.
4.A sleep that is deep enough to restrict sight AND hearing. so if the eyes do not see anything, but the ears can hear, Wudhu does not become void.
5.Things because of which a person loses his sensibility, like ...