Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  3142  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Is it nessesory to shave the hairs on the lower back for mens and hairs above private part for women?
 
Answer:-  It is Makrouh to leave such hair uncleaned means unremoved. It can be Najis
and it might give bad smell to the body. It should be removed at least once
every forty days for men and once every twenty days for woman.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3127  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
When doing Masah of the head I slightly touched my hair and pulled it my hand downward I did not press my hand hard on my head and pulled it will my Masah be valid? Because I only touched my hair not the head and pulled it I follow ayatollah sistani
 
Answer:-  It is valid.

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Question ID  3125  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
When doing wuzu after washing my face I wash my hands but my hands are already wet due to washing the face when I wash my hands with extra water and that water that was on my hand that had become wet when washing my face will both the water be automatically be considered to be the part of my hand? I follow ayatollah Sistani
 
Answer:-  It is allowed to do that and there is no problem at all in your Wuzu.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  3124  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
While doing wuzu we move from up to down to wash our face while pulling my hand down is it allowed to move it to the left or right? While pulling it downward without stoping I follow ayatollah sistani
 
Answer:-  Yes it is allowed.

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Question ID  3121  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
When I am doing wuzu I wash the face and hands when I wash my face then my hands, my hand have already become wet because of washing my face when I put water on my hands to wash it is it necessary that the water completely overcome the water that had become wet (when washing my face)? Will my wuzu be valid if it didn’t and will I have to mention that it (the water when washing my face) is also part of the washing of hand? i follow ayatullah sistani
 
Answer:-  Washing your face and hands does not need them to be dry before washing.
You can wash your hands with the remaining water of washing your face. In
fact washing here does not not need water to flow on your hand, but just a
little bit of water is enough. Washing wet face and wet hands is valid.
The wiping over the head and feet needs them to be dry or less wet than
your hand wetness.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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