[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?
If someone urinated on a carpet or rug, should [we suffice with just] water be[ing] poured on it – just as in the story of the bedouin Arab?
[In preparation for their burial], al-Muzanee would wash the dead as an act of worship, and he would say…
If a garment is soiled with an impurity, and I do not know exactly where, am I obliged to completely wash the garment?
Does the one who touches a dog or a pig with his hand required to renew his wudhoo, or should he suffice with washing his hand?
Can soap be used as a substitute for soil [or sand] when purifying from the impurity of the dog[‘s saliva]?
I did not put [pen to paper and record] any hadeeth in my book “Saheeh [al-Bukhaaree]” except that I washed before [doing so], and then prayed two rak’ahs.
Riba’ee ibn Hiraash took an oath that his teeth would not be seen when laughing, until he knew where he was destined.
If you see a man who is careless in [catching] the first takbeer [at the start of the congregational prayer], then wash your hands of him!