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From my own knowledge I understand that for a ghusl to be valid it must meet the 3 obligatory criteria which is to make the water reach the nose mouth and then wash all the body including the head making sure all parts of the body is washed. This must be done with clean water. But I believe from the way you described it your ghusl will be invalid because you ...


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Simple. There are three steps that you should follow in order to perform the fara'id (mandatory steps) of the ghusl. According to Wikipedia : Farā'id of Ghusl (Hanafi Guidelines) There are three fard (obligatory) acts. If one of these acts is omitted, it must be returned to and completed before the remaining acts.[9] Rinsing the inner mouth Sniffing water ...


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Brother,go with certainty Islam is a deen of certainity. There is a hadith of prophet telling a muslim not to do wudhu and leave masjid untill or unless you hear the sou d of a fart.It tells you that even if u feel a movement or sth but if you dont hear the fart than do not do wudhu Same applies to you. You are uncertain and too some extwnt believe that it ...


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How to identify waswas and our own thoughts separately ? Shaytan can take a part either making us thought about it and/or making the thought worse. However Waswas is our own thought. To avoid the case you're experiencing now, just do ghusl just incase (if it's a mani). Bcs ghusl is like taking a shower just with instructions. After that the was was should ...


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I know of no evidence that the prophet ever required — or even used — soap to perform the minor or major ablutions. As long as your intent was appropriate and all applicable body parts are touched by pure clean water, your ghusl will be valid. See also: Ghusl Janabat or Ghusl to remove impurities


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The requirement for wudu' Allah the almigthy says: 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. ... (5:6) Therefore the requirement is to wipe over the head not over the hair and how one would perform it is not prescribed, so you are ...


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Salam (peace be with you) Lydea! So glad to hear such great news! You can actually find all these questions answered with a quick Google search, but I'll help you out. Wudu is an Arabic word meaning ablution. It's a ritual where a Muslim cleanses certain parts of their body for prayer. Those 7 parts include (note that these are in order): Wash your hands up ...


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As you have a chronic illness your wudu will be valid if any drops leak after you have performed wudu. You can read fard and nafl and read Quran however the wudu must be renewed at the start of the next prayer. • “The ruling with regards to a Ma’dhur is that he/she must perform ablution for each Salat time, and with that Wudu, one may carry out all the ...


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