There is evidence here that the water of Zam Zam benefits the drinker for whatever reason he drinks it for – whether it is for the affairs of this world or the hereafter…
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?
Zamzam well to be spruced up before Ramadan
The Zamzam well will be spruced up to ensure the steady flow of blessed water, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais, chairman of the Presidency for the Affairs of the Two Holy Mosques, has announced.
No water to do wudhoo, nor sand to do tayammum
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?
Cleaning a mobile phone which has an impurity on it
How should a mobile phone which has dropped into impure water be cleaned, since washing it [with pure water] will damage it?
Doing wudhoo or sufficing with tayammum
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?
Thirsty and feared for themselves
Ayyoob as-Sikhtiyaanee was on his way to Makkah, and the people became so thirsty that they feared [for themselves].
Using the least amount of water doing wudhoo
I have not seen anyone use the least amount of water purifying himself [doing wudhoo] than [Imaam] ash-Shaafi’ee.