Is it possible to pray an obligatory prayer with the [same] tayammum [which was done] for a voluntary prayer?
Category: Purification [طهارة]
Reading from the Qur.aan (mus.haf) without wudhoo
Is it permissible for a person to read from the Qur.aan (mus.haf) without wudhoo?
Applied ointment and now need to do wudhoo
I use ointment which has no colour nor smell on various parts of my body, and when I wake up from sleep, I pray the morning prayer without washing those parts of my body where I have applied this ointment. So is there any harm [in that], or does [using this ointment] nullify the wudhoo?
Using skin and hair creams before doing wudhoo
Do skin creams and hair creams prevent water [touching the skin] during wudhoo? And if that is so, would that be for all creams, or [just] some types?
Forgot to utter “bismillaah” when making wudhoo
What should the Muslim say if he forgets to utter [بسم الله] when doing wudhoo, and then he remembers [not having done so] just before completing the wudhoo?
Merely touching a woman who is permissible for him to marry
He asks about the ruling regarding shaking hands with women, and whether it is prohibited, and whether shaking their hands nullifies the wudhoo?
Uttering the Name of Allaah in the bathroom
At home, we have a toilet in the same room as the place (bathroom) where we do wudhoo, so should I utter the Name of Allaah inside the bathroom when making wudhoo or not?
Praying in the same clothing in which I had a wet dream
[When] I have a wet dream, I have a bath [or shower] and wear the same clothing in which I had a wet dream; so is there any harm in that?
Using Zam Zam water for bathing in
Is it permissible to use Zam Zam water for cooking or bathing in following a major ritual impurity (janaabah)?
Uttering “bismillaah” when making wudhoo
If he did not utter “bismillaah” when making wudhoo, is his wudhoo correct?