Does this form of touching nullify her wudhoo if she previously had wudhoo or does it not have any effect [on her wudhoo]?
My foot was cut off whilst in jihaad and in its place I put a manufactured foot, so is it obligatory upon me to wash it [during wudhoo] and pass my hand over it if I am wearing a sock?
Is it imperative to remove a medical plaster when making wudhoo or taking a ghusl?
Is the time during which socks may remain on the feet limited to a day and a night, or five prayers only?
Does the passing of wind from the woman’s private part (vagina) break the wudhoo?
After having joined the first row of the prayer, someone broke wind & continued with his prayer as he did not wish to disturb any of the people in the rows behind him nor ruin their concentration.
What is the ruling regarding wiping the neck during wudhoo and washing the [required] parts [of the body] for wudhoo more than three times?
On the Day of ‘Eed al-Adhhaa, after leading the people in prayer, he makes wudhoo in front of everyone before he carries out the sacrifice. So, is it permissible to eat the meat from his sacrifice?
With respect to blood flowing out, what are the situations in which it nullifies the fast?
The questioner says he was fasting in Ramadhaan and when he touched his nose some drops of blood flowed out without intention. Does this affect my fast?