Is it possible to pray an obligatory prayer with the [same] tayammum [which was done] for a voluntary prayer?
A woman completes her menses whilst she is travelling in an airplane. [So when she needs to pray], should she suffice with just wudhoo for the prayer?
Sometimes I cannot find any water [to do wudhoo with], nor sand [or soil to do tayammum with], so what should I do when I want to pray?
If the time for prayer has arrived, and there was no pure water – just impure water, would it be permissible to purify myself with this impure water, or should I [suffice with] do[ing] tayammum?
What is the manner of [doing] tayammum?
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 […]
On this particular day, he awoke just before the fajr prayer and [noticed] he had had a wet dream; and [as] it was a severely cold day, he went off to school for the fajr prayer after having [only] done tayammum.
During the time of severe cold and heavy rain, when the time for prayer approaches whilst we are out, we find it difficult to have a wash and do wudhoo with water; are we permitted to do tayammum if we are unable to find anything to heat up the water with?
And if he were to find water [after completing the prayer], then he is not [required] to repeat the prayer. This is the opinion of the four math.habs (Hanafee, Maalikee, Shaafi’ee, Hanbalee)?