And the Raafidhah (Shee’ah) oppose the truth in that which relates to the purification of the foot from [the following] three viewpoints…
A man took a bath [or shower] on the day of jumu’ah, with the intention he is bathing due to janaabah (major ritual impurity); so is he required to do wudhoo?
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 […]
After performing wudhoo, [he has noticed] drops of urine pass – [and this is] before leaving for the masjid.
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?
One of the brothers broke wind whilst [performing] tawaaf, and he was [later] compelled to pray [the obligatory salaah] whilst he was performing sa’ee [between as-safaa and al-marwaa] because he wasn’t able to get to water [to make wudhoo]; so what is the ruling regarding his tawaaf, sa’ee and salaah.
Does touching the penis with the hand nullify the wudhoo?