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Question ID  3686  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Asalamualiakum sir..sir agr humey wet dream aaye...aur subah hum Koi liquid dekhey lakin humey pata na ho ismea manni ky asar hai ya nhi toe kya hum p ghusul e janabat wajib hota hai...mea ayatullah sistani ki tuqleed krti hou
 
Answer:-  if you had a wet dream, Ghusl Janabat is Wajib
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  3685  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
asalaamualiakum,,sir mujie bathroom jany ky wuqt shuk hua ki shayed mujie blood aaya hai,,,,mea sure nhi hou ki wo blood tha ya kuch aur,,,,kya mujp ghusul wajib hai
 
Answer:-  In such case, Ghusl is not Wajib.






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Question ID  3486  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Dear Sir, I have a question regarding wudhu. Basically I am having a confusion regarding wiping of head as my hair are comparatively longer and usually I wiped my hair on the top from the center towards the front but I am not sure that the water reached my scalp or end of roots of hair as I read in Tozee Al Masail. What would be the validity of my wudhu for all that time ? And what advice would you give me for the future so that if there is a mistake it is not repeated in future.I am in Taqleed of Ayatullah Sistani. Your early response will be appreciated. JazakAllah Khair Regards.
 
Answer:-  No need for the water to reach your scalp, if you wipe on the hair which
has its base on the beginning of you head and based on the sides of your
head.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  3382  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
If a person has taken ghusl e janabat before the time of fajr prayers and when the time of fajr prayers comes and still he has not done anything that would break the ghusl can a person pray salat with that ghusl?
 
Answer:-  ​Yes he can.​
 
Question ID  3316  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salam Alaykum I have a skin condition called eczema where my skin stays very dry and itchy. It can even become red and inflamed with cuts and bleed. I apply skin ointments that are quite oily to my scalp and my skin all over my body daily. Removing these ointments causes my skin to become more inflamed and irritated. Is it still permissible for me to perform wudhu even when I have these oily ointments over my body, which could potentially act as a barrier to water reaching my skin? If not then should I do tayammum? But will not these ointments still act as a barrier to dust reaching the skin? Also with tayammum I find that the small particles of dust also cause my skin to become irritated, making tayammum also difficult. I am very confused about this issue and it has caused me a lot of doubt in the validity of my prayers, I am confused as to what the right path is. I would be most grateful for your help in this matter. Many thanks Jawad
 
Answer:-  Perform Wuzu and Tayammum if there is no harm on you your health,
otherwise, just Wuzu is enough.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
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