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Through what are al-Hadath al-Akbar and al-Hadath al-Asghar removed? PDF Print E-mail

Question 19) - Through what are al-Hadath al-Akbar and al-Hadath al-Asghar removed?

A: Purification from the two Hadaths are permissible by means of water from the sky, water of valleys, water of rivers, water of springs, and wells and sea water even if it is salty. Purification of the two Hadaths is permissible with water mixed with a pure substance and one of the qualities of the water changes e.g. flowing water mixed with sand, or water mixed with soap or saffron.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Explain the rules regarding the two Hadaths? PDF Print E-mail

Question 18) - Explain the rules regarding the two Hadaths?

A: When Ghusl becomes Fard upon a man or a woman, it is not permissible for them to perform Salah in that condition. They may not enter the Masjid, read the Quran, touch its manuscript ‘Mus-haf’ except with an attached covering, or perform Tawaf. It is permissible for them to remember Allah Ta'ala but not to recite the Quran. The person in al-Hadath al-Asghar may not perform Salah until he has performed Wow. In the same way, he may not perform Tawaf of the Ka'bah. He may read Quran, remember Allah and enter the Masjid. He may not however touch the Mus-haf of the Quran except with a detached covering.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Is this method of Ghusl special for one upon whom Ghusl is Fard, or for all who perform Ghusl? PDF Print E-mail

Question 16) - Is this method of Ghusl special for one upon whom Ghusl is Fard, or for all who perform Ghusl?

A: It is general for all who perform Ghusl, whether the Ghusl is Fard or Sunnah.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Is there exemption for woman regarding moistening her hair in the Fard Ghusl? Or is it Wajib for her to tie her braids? PDF Print E-mail

Question 17) - Is there exemption for woman regarding moistening her hair in the Fard Ghusl? Or is it Wajib for her to tie her braids?

A: It is not necessary for a woman to tie her braid, nor is it Wajib to wet the hair as long as water reaches the roots. This exemption is only for her whose hair is braided. If her hair is not tied like that, it is Wajib for her to wet her hair together with making the water reach the roots. In the same way it is necessary for a man to wet all his hair in Fard Ghusl, even if he has much hair.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
What is the Sunnah method of Ghusl? PDF Print E-mail

Question 15) - What is the Sunnah method of Ghusl?

A: The Sunnah method is to begin by washing the hands. Then perform Istinja i.e. wash the front and back private parts. He should be at ease however much possible during Istinja. Remove all filth which might be on the body. Perform the Wudu which is performed for Salah. Pour water over the head and the rest of the body thrice. Pay attention to the insides of the ears, the armpits, the navel and other parts where water does not reach except with care.

Note: if the Ghusl is performed on a wooden surface, stone or tiled floor whereby the used water does not gather, he should wash his feet at the end of the Wudu as is usual. If however the used water remains in the place of Ghusl, he should delay the washing of the feet till the end of the (ihusl, after having moved to a different ground.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
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