How To Make Wudu

22.08.2023 0 Comments

How should a woman make wudu?

Conclusion. – Allah says in the holy Quran about performing Wudu for females and males: “O believers! When you rise up for prayer, wash your faces and your hands up to the elbows, wipe your heads, and wash your feet to the ankles. And if you are in a state of ˹full˺ impurity, then take a full bath.

But if you are ill, on a journey, or have relieved yourselves, or have been intimate with your wives and cannot find water, then purify yourselves with clean earth by wiping your faces and hands.” We made it clear that there is no difference between females and males when performing Wudu, and here are the steps to follow: 1- First make your intention and say ‘Bismillah’ which means ‘in the name of Allah’.2- Wash your hands starting by the right hand up to the wrist three times, then wash your left hand up to the wrist three times.

There’s a hadith that says: “and when he washes his hands, every evil he did with his hands leaves with the water – or with the last drop of water – until he becomes free of sin.” 3- Wash your mouse three times. Cup some water in your right hand and wash your mouth.4- Wash your nose three times: be careful at this step you don’t wash your nose, no you should cup some water in your right hand and inhale it and blow it, repeat this three times.5- Wash your face starting from the hairline to the chin, and from ear to ear three times, and make sure that the water reaches your entire face.6- Wash your right starting from your fingertips up to the elbows three times then repeat the process with your left hand.

Can you do wudu with socks on?

This means, you can not simply wear socks and then wipe over them. You should instead take a regular ablution (including washing the feet), then wear the sock. If later on in the day you lose the state of ablution, then, you may do a regular ablution but simply wipe over instead of wash the feet.

Can you make dry wudu?

Tayammum – Wikipedia Ablution in Islam performed when clean water is not available

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Stone of Tayammum Tayammum (: تيمم ) is the act of dry using purified (clean) or stone or mud, which may be performed in place of ritual washing ( or ) if no clean water is readily available or if one is suffering from moisture-induced skin inflammation or scaling or hardship.

What are the 7 things that break wudu?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the administrative district in Gansu, China, see Wudu District, For the language spoken in Togo, see Wudu language, Wuḍūʾ ( Arabic : الوضوء al-wuḍūʼ ) is the Islamic procedure for cleansing parts of the body, a type of ritual purification, or ablution.

  • The 4 Fardh (Mandatory) acts of Wudu are: washing the face, then the arms, then wiping the head, then washing or wiping the feet, and doing these in order, without any big breaks between them.
  • Wudu is an important part of ritual purity in Islam,
  • It is governed by fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), which specifies rules concerning hygiene and defines the rituals that constitute it.

It is typically performed before prayers ( salah or salat ). Activities that invalidate wudu include urination, defecation, flatulence, deep sleep, light bleeding (depending on madhhab ), menstruation, postpartum and sexual intercourse, Wudu is often translated as ‘partial ablution’, as opposed to ghusl as ‘full ablution’ where the whole body is washed.

When must you make wudu?

[Wudu’ must be done when something emerges from one of the two normal passages, the urethra and the anus, in a normal manner. It is limited to what is normal which excludes anything which emerges abnormally, like pebbles and worms.

Do I have to do wudu 5 times?

When is Wudu Required? – Islamic prayer is conducted 5 times a day and whilst Wudu does not need to be repeated before each prayer it is recommended to have a fresh one. Wudu is broken or invalidated by discharging solid or liquid or wind from private parts including sexual intercourse, bleeding, vomiting, falling asleep or taking any intoxicating substance.

Can I sleep with my wudu?

The difference between deep sleep and light sleep – The difference between a great deal of sleep and a little is that a great deal of sleep is deep sleep in which a person does not feel that he has broken his wudu if that takes place. A little sleep is that in which a person does feel that he has broken his wudu if that takes place, such as passing wind.

  • This view is the one favoured by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allah have mercy on him), and among our contemporary scholars it was the view favoured by Shaykh Ibn Baz, Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymin and the scholars of the Standing Committee, and it is the correct view.
  • This view reconciles all the evidence, for the hadith of Safwan ibn ‘Assal indicates that sleep invalidates wudu and the hadith of Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) indicates that it does not do so.

The hadith of Anas is to be interpreted as referring to light sleep in which a person can feel that he has broken his wudu if that takes place, and the hadith of Safwan is to be interpreted as referring to deep sleep in which a person does not feel if he breaks his wudu.

This is supported by the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him): “The eye is the string that ties the anal sphincter; when the eyes sleep, the string is loosened.” (Narrated by Ahmad, 4/97; classed as hasan by al-Albani in Sahih al-Jami’, 4148) What this means is that wakefulness is the string that ties the anal sphincter, i.e.

it keeps what is inside from coming out, because so long as a person is awake he can feel what comes out, but when he sleeps the string is loosened. Al-Tibi said: “When a person is awake, he keeps control of what is in his stomach but when he sleeps he loses that control and his muscles relax.” (‘Awn al-Ma’bud) If a person cannot control his sphincter in the sense that if he breaks his wudu he cannot feel it, then his sleep invalidates wudu, otherwise it does not.

(Al-Sharh al-Mumti’, 1/275) Al-San’ani said in Subul al-Salam (1/97): “The most likely to be correct is the view that sleep invalidates wudu, because of the hadith of Safwan but the word nawm (sleep) in his hadith is general in meaning, and there is the hadith of Anas which speaks of the sleep of the Sahabah and says that they did not do wudu even if they snored, and that they used to lie on their sides, and that they would be woken up.

The basic principle is that they are people of integrity and that they were not unaware of what invalidates wudu, especially since Anas narrated this from the Sahabah in general, and it is well known that among them were knowledgeable men who had deep knowledge of the religion, especially the prayer which is the greatest pillar of Islam, and especially those among them who used to wait to pray with the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

They were the elite of the Sahabah, and as that is the case, the general wording of the hadith of Safwan is to be taken as referring to deep sleep only, in which a person is no longer aware, and what Anas said about snoring, lying on their sides and being woken up is to be understood as referring to sleep that was not deep, because a person may snore at the beginning of sleep, before sleep has become deep, and lying one one’s side does not necessarily mean that one is sleeping deeply.” Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymin (may Allah have mercy on him) said in Majmu’ al-Fatawa, when listing the things that invalidate wudu: “A great deal of sleep means if it is such that the sleeper does not feel it if he breaks his wudu.

But if the sleep is light and the sleeper can feel it if he breaks his wudu, then sleep does not invalidate wudu. It makes no difference if the sleeper is lying down, sitting, leaning on something or sitting without leaning. What matters is the level of awareness.

If it is such that he will feel it if he breaks his wudu, then his wudu is not invalidated by sleep. If he is in a state where he would not feel it if he breaks his wudu, then he must do wudu, because sleep itself does not invalidate wudu, rather there is the probability that one has broken one’s wudu when sleeping.


But if one is still aware and can be certain that he has not broken his wudu because he can feel it if it happens, then sleep does not invalidate his wudu. The evidence that sleep itself does not invalidate wudu is the fact that light sleep does not invalidate wudu.

If sleep did invalidate wudu then a little or a lot of it would do so, just as a little or a lot of urine invalidates wudu.” Similarly in Fatawa Ibn Baz (10/144) it says: “Sleep invalidates wudu if it is so deep that one is no longer aware, because the great Sahabi Safwan ibn ‘Assal al-Muradi (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to command us, if we were travelling, not to take off our khufuf for three days and nights, except in the case of janabah, but not in the case of stools, urine or sleep.

Narrated by al-Nasai and al-Tirmidhi; classed as sahih by Ibn Khuzaymah. And Mu’awiyah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “The eye is the string that ties the anal sphincter; when the eyes sleep, the string is loosened.” (Narrated by Ahmad and al-Tabarani.

  • Its isnad contains some weakness, but there are corroborating reports that support it, such as the hadith of Safwan mentioned above, thus it is counted as a hasan hadith.) As for feeling drowsy, this does not invalidate wudu because it does not cause loss of awareness.
  • Thus the ahadith that have been narrated on this topic can be reconciled.” The scholars of the Standing Committee said: “Deep sleep may lead to breaking of wudu, so whoever sleeps deeply in the mosque or elsewhere has to repeat his wudu, whether he was standing, sitting or lying down, and whether he has a masbahah in his hand or not.

But if the sleep is not deep, such as dozing off, in which one does not lose awareness, he does not have to repeat his wudu, because of the sahih ahadith which have been narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) concerning that, as mentioned above.” (Fatawa al-Lajnah al-Daimah, 5/262) And they also said: “Light sleep in which one does not lose consciousness does not invalidate wudu.

It was narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to delay ‘Isha prayer on some occasions, until the heads of the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) would droop, then they would pray and would not do wud.” (Fatawa al-Lajnah al-Daimah, 5/263) (See al-Majmu’, 2/14-24; Mawahib al-Jalil, 1/312; al-Sharh al-Mumti’, 2/189-191) For more about sleep related issues, please see these answers: 21728, 12782, 2355 and 21216,

For more about wudu, please see these answers: 45730, 11497 and 10672, And Allah knows best.

Does touching dirty break wudu?

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Zaid Alsalami, Shaykh Dr Zaid Alsalami is an Iraqi born scholar, raised in Australia. He obtained a BA from Al-Mustafa University, Qom, and an MA from the Islamic College in London. He also obtained a PhD from. Answered 2 years ago Bismihi ta’ala Touching something will not break one’s wudhu`, unless it is the touching of a dead human body after it gets cold, and before it is washed.

  • For anything else, najis or not, just touching it will not break wudhu`.
  • Of course, if it is wet, and your hand gets contaminated with najasah, all you need to do is wash it.
  • As for touching something dirty, the same thing, and no, from a shar’i perspective it is not necessary to ‘wash’ your hands if it is just dirty and not najis.

And Allah knows best.

Can I do wudu with wet towel?

Post Views: 1,603 Question: Assalamualaikum wbt. Recently, I saw a video on YouTube that teaches how one can take his ablution using wet wipes for umrah. My question is whether ablution using wet wipes valid? Hope for an explanation. Thanks. Answer: Waalaikumussalam wbt., Alhamdulillah, praise and gratitude to Allah SWT for His countless blessings for us all.

Praise and salutations to our beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH, his family, companions, and all those who follow his footsteps until the Final day. We’ll begin with the statement of Allah SWT: يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا إِذَا قُمْتُمْ إِلَى الصَّلَاةِ فَاغْسِلُوا وُجُوهَكُمْ وَأَيْدِيَكُمْ إِلَى الْمَرَافِقِ وَامْسَحُوا بِرُءُوسِكُمْ وَأَرْجُلَكُمْ إِلَى الْكَعْبَيْنِ “You who believe! When you rise for prayer wash your faces, and your arms to the elbows, and wipe over your heads and your feet up to the ankles,” Al-Maraghi stated that the above verse describes the situation when a person rises to perform prayer – but is in a minor impure state.

The reason is the whole Muslims agreed in stating that purification (ablution or obligatory bath) is not obligated for a person who wants to pray except when he is in an impure state. Habib Hasan bin Ahmad al-Kaff stated that there are 6 requisites of ablution.

  1. Four of them is taken from the verse of al-Quran which are washing the face, both hands, part of one’s head and both feet.
  2. While the remaining two requisites are based on sunnah which is setting an intention and the actions are done in order.
  3. Definition of wet wipes A wet wipe is a small cloth or tissue that is disposable and used once to clean something and it is usually sold in small packages.

Wet wipes or wet tissue used for babies and adults are different in terms of the ingredients used, however, both contain ingredients other than water such as alcohol, detergent mixed with moisturizer, fragrance and preservative. The ruling of ablution using wet wipes Ablution is the most important medium for purification from the minor impure state, permitting a person to perform actions or deeds of which one of its conditions is for one to be in a pure state – such as performing prayer, holding the al-Quran mushaf, tawaf and others.

First, water in the wet wipe is no longer considered mutlak water for it is mixed with other ingredients. While one of the valid conditions of ablution is to use water that is pure and purifying – which means mutlak water – for a person can only be purified with mutlak water. In simple terms, mutlak water is water that remains in its original state it was created by Allah SWT. Second, among the valid conditions of ablution is to let the water flow on the body parts being washed and just wiping some water on the body parts is not sufficient without letting the water flow, for this isn’t named as washing. Hence, as we know wet wipes is not really wet, rather they are just damp and even if it is squeezed, no water will flow out of them.

Conclusion Performing ablution using wet wipes is invalid because it doesn’t fulfil the valid conditions of ablution which are one must use mutlak water and the water must flow on the ablution body parts being washed. Likewise, the characteristics of wet wipes are different from the characteristics of water (liquid).

  1. Thus, the safe opinion and ihtiyat, it is impermissible to use wet wipes as a replacement of water.
  2. May Allah SWT give us all a clear understanding in religion. Ameen.
  3. Wallahu a’lam.
  4. Surah al-Ma’idah: 6 See Tafsir al-Maraghi, 6/61 See al-Taqrirat al-Sadidah, pg.82 See,

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Can you do wudu without peeing?

4.3 Washing the hands before wudu’ – If someone has neither urinated nor defecated but is doing wudu’ because he has broken it in some other way or has been asleep or done something else which makes it necessary for him to do wudu’ he should wash his hands before he puts them into whatever water container he is using.

Can I not wet my hair during wudu?

Q. When a woman needs to take a bath for purification, she is often troubled if her hair is very long, particularly if the time at her disposal is short. This leads to some problems. Is there a way out? Is it permissible for a woman to wear her hair short? Khalifa A.

Let me first of all clarify that there is no Islamic requirement that women must wear their hair long. In some Muslim communities, people feel that Islam prohibits that a woman should cut her hair, or wear it short. This is merely a cultural requirement in those communities. It is not a religious requirement.

This means that a Muslim woman could wear her hair at any length she prefers. When a woman has finished her menstrual period, she is required to take a bath or a shower. Both husband and wife are required to do the same after sexual intercourse. This involves washing one’s head and body with water.

  • However, the problem of a woman with long hair is not a modern one.
  • It has been there all the time.
  • Hence, we have clear guidance from the Prophet (peace be upon him) on this point.
  • A woman said to the Prophet: “Messenger of God! I am a woman who ties my hair in plaits.
  • Should I undo my plaits for ghusl, i.e.

the bath required to remove the state of ceremonial impurity?” The Prophet answered: “No. It is sufficient for you to use the fill of your cupped hands three times, and then wash the rest of your body, and you will be in a state of purity.” (Related by Muslim, Ahmad and Al-Tirmidhi.) This makes it clear that a woman needs to take water in her hand three times and wet her hair, rubbing it at root.

Can we pray without wudu?

By it the prayer is permitted when wudu’ and ghusl are excluded because tayammum is only to make lawful. Wudu’ and ghusl are done in order to remove impurity. It is obligatory by the Book, Sunna and consensus.

Can you do wudu 1 time?

Question – When I wash my feet during wudoo’, I cannot count how many times I wash them, but I just wash them once, rubbing them and running my fingers between the toes. Is this method sufficient?. Praise be to Allah. Yes, this method is sufficient. The scholars are unanimously agreed that what is obligatory in wudoo’ is to wash each part once, although washing each part two or three times is Sunnah.

That is because of the report narrated by al-Bukhaari (157) from Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) did wudoo’ washing each part once. Al-Nawawi (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: The Muslims are unanimously agreed that what is obligatory is to wash each part once, and that washing each part three times is Sunnah.

There are saheeh ahaadeeth which mention washing each part once, and each part three times, and washing some parts three times, some two times and some once. The scholars said: the difference indicates that all of these are permissible, and that washing each part three times is most perfect and washing each part once is sufficient.

  • This is how the variations in the ahaadeeth are to be interpreted.
  • End quote.
  • Al-Shawkaani (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: The saheeh ahaadeeth speak of washing each part once, twice or three times, or washing some parts three times and some twice.
  • The differences indicate that all of these are permissible, and that washing three times is most perfect and washing once is sufficient.

End quote from Nayl al-Awtaar, 1/188. But we should not persist in washing each part only once and not do that which is more perfect, because by doing so we are depriving ourselves of more reward. And Allaah knows best.

How to do wudu in school?

What is Wudu? – The purification ritual of wudu is an important component of Islamic jurisprudence, or fiqh. It is undertaken to cleanse the body in preparation for prayers (known as salat) and before touching the Qur’an. While the procedure for carrying out wudu differs across the Islamic world, it generally consists of washing the hands, face, forearms, mouth, nose, ears and feet in a specified ritualistic manner. Once it has been performed, the state of purity brought about by wudu can be invalidated by committing certain acts, such as going to the toilet, bleeding, and sleeping.

What should I say before wudu?

Summary of answer – Before wudu, you should say Bismillah. After wudu, you can say this du`a, “Ashhadu an la ilaha ill-allah wahdahu la sharika lah, wa ashhadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa rasuluhu.” For more, see the detailed answer. Praise be to Allah. Du’as to be said at the beginning of wudu and after finishing it have been narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

Can you do wudu at home?

Blessings and salutations to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, his wives, his family, companions and all those that follow his teachings to the day of judgement. There several hadiths with different wording stating that it is prioritized to perform the ablution at home compared to at the mosque.

How many Rakats is Fajr?

Fajr: 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Fardh. Dhuhr: 4 Rakat Sunnah, then 4 Rakat Fardh, then 2 Rakat Sunnah, then 2 Rakat Nafl. Asr: 4 Rakat Sunnah, then 4 Rakat Fardh.

Is it permissible to make wudu in bathroom?

Islam is the religion of cleanliness, Islam requires a person to pay considerable attention to his personal hygiene and cleanliness. The Qur’an says: “Truly Allah loves those who turn unto Him, and loves those who have a care for cleanness.” (Al-Baqarah: 222) The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) states: “Cleanliness is half of faith.” Dr.

  1. Muzammil H.
  2. Siddiqi, former President of the Islamic Society of North America states: “The toilet used to be a dirty place.
  3. One would see the filth around and it was a smelly place.
  4. It was not proper to take the name of Allah and make du`a’ in such a place.
  5. Allah’s name is venerable and it must be respected.

Thus the rule was that in such place the name of Allah should not be mentioned. Those who keep their toilets dirty and smelly should still abide by this rule. But most people now keep their toilets very clean. If you keep your bathroom clean, then the rule will be that do not say the name of Allah when you are on the toilet seat.

But when you finish from there and use the flush, then the area is for wudu’ ; and there you can mention any adhkar (mentions of Allah) of wudu’ that you wish to say.” Dr. Rif`at Fawzi, professor of Shari`ah at Cairo University, adds: “As for making dhikr in the bathroom when you are making wudu’ or ghusl (ritual bath), it is permissible if you are sure that the place is pure and there is no impurity in it.

Also, this dhikr is to be confined to the du`as (supplications) of the wudu’ or ghusl such as saying the Basmallah or seeking Allah’s refuge against Satan; otherwise it’s better not to make dhikr – which is meant to be an act of worship – in the bathroom.” Did you like this content?

Do you have to perform wudu in ghusl?

Do you need to do wudu after optional ghusl? – But if the ghusl is Sunnah, such as ghusl for Jumu’ah and ‘Eid (whether for a man or a woman) then this ghusl is not sufficient with no need for wudu. It says in Sharh Mukhtasar Khalil by al-Kharashi (1/175): “If the person who is purifying himself limits it to ghusl and does not do wudu, that is sufficient.

That applies to obligatory ghusl; as for other types of ghusl, it is not sufficient with no need for wudu, and he must do wudu if he wants to pray.” It says in Hashiyat al-Sawi ‘ala al-Sharh al-Saghir (1/173-174): “Ghusl from janabah is sufficient with no need for wudu, but if it is not obligatory, such as ghusl for Jumu’ah or ‘Eid, then it is not sufficient with no need for wudu, and he must do wudu if he wants to pray.” Shaykh ‘Abd al-‘Aziz ibn Baz (may Allah have mercy on him) said, as it says in Majmu’ Fatawa Ibn Baz (10/173-174): “If it is ghusl from janabah, and the person doing ghusl intends to remove both major and minor impurity, then it is sufficient for both, but it is better for him to wash his private parts, then do wudu, then complete his ghusl, following the example of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

The same ruling applies to women following menses and nifas. But if the ghusl is for another reason, such as ghusl for Jumu’ah or ghusl to cool oneself off or to clean oneself, then it is not sufficient with no need for wudu even if one intends that, because the parts are not washed in sequence, which is one of the essential parts of wudu, and because there is no major impurity where minor impurity may be included in the intention (to purify oneself), as is the case with ghusl from janabah.” He also said in Majmu’ al-Fatawa (10/175-176): “The Sunnah for the one who is junub is to do wudu and then do ghusl, following the example of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

If he does ghusl from janabah with the intention of purifying himself from both types of impurity, both major and minor, then that is sufficient, but it is not the best way. But if the ghusl is mustahabb, such as ghusl for Jumu’ah or to cool down, then it does not count instead of wudu, rather it is essential to do wudu before or after, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Allah does not accept the prayer of any one of you if he breaks his wudu unless he does wudu.” Sahih – agreed upon.

And he (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “No prayer is accepted without purification.” (Narrated by Muslim in his Sahih) Ghusl that is mustahabb or permissible is not counted as purification from minor impurity unless it is done as prescribed by Allah in the verse (interpretation of the meaning): “O you who believe! When you intend to offer As-Salah (the prayer), wash your faces and your hands (forearms) up to the elbows, rub (by passing wet hands over) your heads, and (wash) your feet up to the ankles.” But if it is ghusl to purify oneself from janabah, menses or nifas, and one intends to do both types of purification, then the minor is included with the major, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Actions are but by intentions and each man will have but that which he intended.” Sahih – agreed upon.” Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymin (may Allah have mercy on him) said in Liqa al-Bab il-Maftuh (no.109, answer 14): “If he does ghusl with the intention of wudu, but he does not do wudu, that is not sufficient with no need for wudu unless it is ghusl from janabah.

  1. If it is ghusl from janabah, then ghusl is sufficient with no need for wudu, because Allah says (interpretation of the meaning): “If you are in a state of Janabah (i.e.
  2. After a sexual discharge), purify yourselves (bathe your whole body)”, and He did not mention wudu.
  3. But if he does ghusl to cool off or he does ghusl for Jumu’ah or some other ghusl that is mustahabb, then it is not sufficient because that ghusl is not aimed at removing impurity.

So the basic principle is that if the ghusl is aimed at removing impurity – i.e., janabah, or menses in the case of a woman – then it is sufficient with no need for wudu, otherwise it is not sufficient with no need for wudu.” And Allah knows best.

Is it mandatory to wash 3 times in wudu?

According to the above hadiths, the obligated washing for ablution is just once. While washing them twice is permissible and thrice is an encouraged sunnah for the perfection of the ablution.