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Question ID  1044  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salamunalaykum I am shia by birth and i am 24 years old and earlier I wouldnt know that if wudhu get broke because of incontinence then namaz wont b proper...I kept on offering namaz with broken wudhu....I would have been thinking that it is allowed to offer if wudhu gets break because ofincontinence. ...does it means that I have to offer all the past 8 9 years namaz as a qadha namaz?
 
Answer:-  It depends on the interval time between the incontinences. If there is no
enough time for performing Wudhu and Namaz , then your Namaz is valid, but
if there is enough time for Wudhu and Namaz in between the incontinences ,
then you must perform Wudhu and Namaz during that period of cleanliness,
otherwise your Namaz will be invalid and need to be compensated as Qadha.
Wassalam.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  928  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salams. My question is after performing wudu and wiping the top part of the feet, do i need to wash my hands after wiping my feet or should i just wipe my feet and walk out the bathroom (with the right foot). Secondly do i need to say Ghufranak when walking out the bathroom. as i am a previous follower of hanafi madhab before becoming or trying to be a follower of ahlulbayt. when wiping my head is it true that the top of the forehead from the hair need to be wiped backwards. Jazakallah
 
Answer:-  Q1. My question is after performing wudu and wiping the top part of the
feet, do i need to wash my hands after wiping my feet or should i just wipe
my feet and walk out the bathroom (with the right foot).
A1. No need to wash your hands after wiping over your feet.

Q2. Secondly do i need to say Ghufranak when walking out the bathroom. as i
> am a previous follower of hanafi madhab before becoming or trying to be a
> follower of ahlulbayt.
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A2. It is recommended to say after performing the Wudhu ( ALLAHUMMA iJ'ALNI
MINAL TAWWABEEN WAJ'ALNI MINAL MUTATAHHIREEN) then recite Ayatul Kursi.

Q3. when wiping my head is it true that the top of the forehead from the
> hair need to be wiped backwards.
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A3. Wiping over the head should be forward and not backward.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  784  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salaam Alaikum. My father is aged and has water accumulating in his feet. For this he has to wear tight socks which a nurse comes to put on in the morning and take off at night for him. This is preventing him from doing Masaa during Wuzu so what should he do? Is the Wuzu valid without doing Masaa if his feet are washed before putting the socks on in the morning? Jazakallah
 
Answer:-  Masa =D9=85=D8=B3=D8=AD must be done on the feet itself and not on socks. S=
ockets must be
removed then Masa can be done.bashing the feet does not help Wuzu at all.
If feet is plastered and plasrer can not be removed for Wuzu, then Tayammum
must be done in place of Wuzu.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-a musawi


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Question ID  634  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salaam, 1. If after i finish my salaah and i find a pen/ink mark on my hand, so in this case do i have to remove the mark, do wuzu and offer my sallah again? 2. The moor(khak-e-shifa) after sometime on use becomes dark or blackish, so do we have to rub the upper portion to remove the darkish part? 3. If we need to clean the upper portion of the moor, then what is the reason behind that? Was salaam, zainab Iltemas-e-dua
 
Answer:-  1. Mark of pen or ink is just a colour and it does not usually make a layer
stopping water from reaching the skin, hence it will not harm your Wudhu,
unless it was thick enough to farm a layer stopping water from reaching. If
it was like a layer, then you need to remove it, and perform Wudhu and
Salaah again.
2. It is not obligatory to rub it, but it is good to keep it clean.
3. Just to keep it clean.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi



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Question ID  631  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salam,i have a bathroom in which it hav WC , bathtub and washbasin so is it allowed to do the wuzu in the basin as some people objected because it has WC in the same perimeter.
 
Answer:-  Yes, It is allowed to perform Wudhu in a bathroom which has with it a
toilet, as far as you avoid the Najasat.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi



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