For fourteen years, ‘Abdoos prayed the morning (Fajr) prayer with the [same] wudhoo [as he had prayed] the ‘Ishaa [prayer]. And he was the epitome of humility.
If someone wants to do wudhoo in the toilet – in the [same] place where he relieves himself, is it permissible for him to utter “bismillaah” [بسم الله] before doing wudhoo?
Is it permissible for a small child to read from a copy of the Qur.aan without [being in a state of] wudhoo?
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?
If a man or woman are in a state of janaabah at the time for bed, and they want to sleep, how should they utter the [words of] remembrance for sleep as it is comprised of verses [of the Qur.aan] and supplications?
Sometimes a person hears a sound emanating from the stomach, like the sound of passing wind; so is the wudhoo nullified by that?