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 […]
1 – Majority: 40 days2 – Maliki and Shafa’i: 60 days
– External blood resulting from a woman giving birth.– No minimal length for post-childbirth bleeding.
The discharge of blood during a woman’s particular state of health, not from giving birth or breaking the hymen.The blood that’s discharged from the female during her monthly cycle upon […]
1 – According to Imam Ahmad, the majority doesn’t allow wiping on the head cover without necessity.2 – A different opinion from Hanbali and Imam ibn Hazm allows wiping with […]
Removing the wrap or cast nullifies the wiping, as does the cure of the condition, even if the wrap is not removed.
Is it required to do dry ablution in addition to wiping the injured body part and washing the healthy body parts?
Hanafi, Maliki, Hanbali: wipe with water over wrap and wash the healthy parts without dry ablution.Shafa’i: wash the healthy body parts, wipe over the wrapped parts, and perform dry ablution.
– Wudu’ should be done when possible.– If there is a possibility that wudu’ may harm the injured body part, cause the condition to worsen, or increase the pain, then […]
– It is permissible to wipe over any wrap or diseased/injured body part.– It is not an obligation to perform ablution or bathe if one is unable to do so […]
– 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.