The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What is the ruling for a woman who typically has a cycle of 7 to 10 days, but due to external factors, her cycle changes? For example, it stops after 2 days and then comes back 2 days later?
Since her regular cycle is up to 10 days, she cannot resume regular activities until she completes her regular block of time.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: What if the woman doesn’t have a regular menses (heavy discharge of blood, smell, cramps), but she has spotting each month or very light blood?
Since this is the regular description of her menses, then that is considered her hayth blood.
The scenario that can occur with menstruating women: A woman who typically has an irregular cycle, and after 7 days, the type of blood being discharged now is different from the hayth blood. Different color, consistency, etc. Does she need to wait until the maximum days are met, or can she resume praying?
If she feels that after those 7 days her period has changed to istihatha, she can start praying.If she is not able to distinguish between the hayth and istihatha (it […]
The discharge that usually comes after the hayth, but it is no longer defined as the hayth.
Whoever cannot get water or soil may pray without purifying himself. Muslim jurists have disagreed on whether the prayer should be repeated later or not once water and/or soil becomes […]
Whatever nullifies ablution and/or bathingPresence of water for the one who couldn’t find waterAbility to use water for one who previously was incapable of using itExpiration of the permitted reason […]
What are the reasons for the permissibility of tayammum which are agreed upon by the Muslim jurists?
Tayammum is permissible for the one in the condition of minor or major ritual impurity, while he is a resident or a traveler if one of the following reasons is […]
Wiping the face and both hands with pure soil instead of performing ablution or bathing:Soil: whatever comes from the earth – dirt, sand, rocks, gypsum, etc.Dirt and sand must have […]
It is sufficient to perform one bath for two purposes (ex: one ghusl for cleansing from major ritual impurity and for Friday prayer).If a person bathed from major ritual impurity […]
Washing all body parts:No obligation for a woman to undo plaited hair.