The majority of scholars, including Abu Haneefah, Maalik, and al-Shaafa’i, are of the view that it is better to wash the feet. They said: “That is because the basic principle […]
– Thick– Wearing them on wudu’.– Covers the ankles.– Ability to continue walking in them.– Free of big holes.– Intact and have good grip on the feet without the need […]
– The footwear needs to be free from holes.Shafa’i and Hanbali – impermissible even if a small hole is present because foot is not fully covered.Maliki and Hanafi – permissible […]
The footwear needs to be worn after ablution.The socks/shoes need be be pure (free of impure things).The ability to walk with the footwear as one normally does.
– Major ritual impurity – agreed upon– Expiration of duration of wiping – agreed upon– Removing the footwear – disagreed upon
The top of the footwear should be wiped with a wet hand.A slipper must cover the top of the foot; socks don’t have to be worn with the slippers.It is […]
Begins from the time a person breaks his wudu’ after putting them on.Begins from the time a person first wipes over them after breaking his wudu’ (more correct opinion due […]