The Book of Taharah

Work is not an Excuse for delaying Prayer
Work is not an Excuse for delaying Prayer
I am an immigrant, working from seven o'clock in the evening until seven o'clock in the morning. Is it permissible for me to join the obligatory prayers and offer all of them together?

Tags : kaam, work, namaz, prayer, user, excuse
The Ruling on Al-Mathi
The Ruling on Al-Mathi
Drops of colorless liquid, like water are emitted from the penis only after sexual arousal. Must I perform Ghusl, or what must I do? And if it gets on the body or the clothes, does it become impure, or what should I do? Guide me, and may Allah guide you and may He reward you with goodness.

Tags : maazi, al-mathi, ghusl, napak, impure
Putting Henna on the Head does not invalidate Purification
Putting Henna on the Head does not invalidate Purification
A women made ablution, then henna over her head (she dyed her hair with henna), then she stood up for her prayers. Is her prayer correct, or not? And if it invalidates her ablution, should she wipe over the henna, or wash her hair, then make minor ablution for prayer?

Tags : mehendi, henna, taharat, purification, wazu, ablution
The Ruling on wearing Cologne
The Ruling on wearing Cologne
There has been much argument regarding the wearing of cologne; is it necessary for the Muslim who is in a state of ritual purity to renew his ablution because of it, or to wash away what is on his body?

Tags : cologne, wazu, ablution, khushbu, perfume
He was unsure whether His Clothes had been polluted by Something while He was praying
He was unsure whether His Clothes had been polluted by Something while He was praying
If the Imam is unsure whether his clothes have become polluter, and he does not leave the prayer, since it is only a doubt, then when he finishes praying, he finds some filth on his garment, what is the ruling? And should he leave the prayer in this situation, due to only a doubt, or should he wait until he has prayed?

Tags : namaz, pray, nijasat, pollute, shak, doubt
The Ruling on Jackets manufactured from Pigskin
The Ruling on Jackets manufactured from Pigskin
Recently, Sharp disagreements have occurred between us regarding the matter of wearing leather Jackets. Some brothers hold that these jackets are sometimes manufactured from pigskin; if this is so, what is your opinion regarding the wearing of them? And is it permissible for us from a religious standpoint, bearing in mind that some books, such as Al-Halal wal-Haram by Al-Qaradhawi and Al-Fiqh ' Alal-Mathahib Al-Arba'ah, have dealt with the question , but their conclusions are not to the point, and they have not made the matter absolutely clear. Therefore, we request clarification in this matter.

Tags : khanzeer ki khaal, pigskin, coat, jacket, namaz, prayer
Whoever Breaks Wind during Prayer, should Leave the Prayer
Whoever Breaks Wind during Prayer, should Leave the Prayer
A person entered the first row of worshippers, then he broke wind, but the remained prayer, in order to avoid cutting the row and being forced to pass between the rows if worshippers behind him, annoying them and disturbing their tranquility. What is the ruling on this?

Tags : namaz, prayer, chorna, leave, wazu, ablution
You Must Guard Yourself from the Impurity of Urine
You Must Guard Yourself from the Impurity of Urine
Sometimes after praying, I discover that there are some drops of urine or (other) impurity on my clothes, and sometimes I do not discover it until the following day; is my prayer then correct, and is there anything incumbent upon me?

Tags : peshab, urine, nijasat, impurity, namaz, prayer
The Ruling Urinating while Standing
The Ruling Urinating while Standing
What is the ruling on a person urinating while standing, is it forbidden of permissible?

Tags : peshab kerna, urinate, halal, permissible, haram, forbidden
The Ruling on Employing a Disbeliever for Cooking and Cleaning
The Ruling on Employing a Disbeliever for Cooking and Cleaning
We have a servant-girl who is not a Muslim, is it permissible for me to let her wash the clothes which I wear to pray, and can I eat what she cooks? And is it permissible for me to find faults with her religion and to expose its falseness?

Tags : kaifr, disbeliever, khadim, servant, deen, religion

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