A local man is ignorant of the ruling related to wiping over the socks, and [as a result] he used to wipe over the socks for a period of two complete days for a whole month. So what is the ruling regarding his prayers [during this period]?
Sometimes, when I wake up from sleep, I notice a wet stain, but do not know whether it is prostatic fluid or semen?
If my clothing is soiled with an impurity, and I only have coffee and no water [to purify it with], should I purify my clothing with coffee?
Is it permissible to engage in the remembrance of Allaah whilst not in a state of wudhoo – such as [when uttering the] takbeer [الله أكبر], tahleel [لا إله إلا الله] and tahmeed [الحمد لله], as well as sending prayers and salutations upon the Messenger (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)?
And the Raafidhah (Shee’ah) oppose the truth in that which relates to the purification of the foot from [the following] three viewpoints…
Reference: http://www.alfawzan.af.org.sa/node/15745 Question: How should the one who is ill purify himself if he is unable to use water on some or all the required parts of the body for wudhoo? Response: Yes, if he is unable to use water on all the parts of the body required for wudhoo, then he should do tayammum […]