To perform dry ablution, one needs to have the right intention, then say ‘in the name of Allah’, then strike the ground with both hands once, blow the dust off them or shake them, then wipe over one’s face and hands up to the wrists.
•When taking a bath becomes obligatory. •If any part of the feet is exposed. •Taking the khuffs off; and taking one of them off is like taking them both off, •The lapse of the time limit. •Taking the khuffs of doesn’t invalidate the wudhu but one can’t wipe over the khuffs again if he puts them on unless he performs a new wudhu with washing the feet.
1-Standing up: This applies in obligatory prayers for everyone who can stand up. 2-Saying Allahu Akbar at the beginning . 3-Reciting Al-Fatiha in every Raka'a. 4-Bowing in every Raka'a (ruku'). 5-Standing straight after bowing. 6-Prostrate. 7-Lifting one’s head after prostration, sitting between the two prostrations and standing up after the second. 8-Being still in every movement. 9-The last sitting or tashahhud. 10-Sitting down for the last tashahhud. 11-Saying Salam at the end. 12-Doing all pillars of prayer in the right order.
1-The ejaculation of semen.2- The insertion of the top of the penis into a woman’s vagina, even if no discharge takes place.3- Embracing Islam by an unbeliever.4- When a woman finishes her menstrual period or postnatal bleeding.5- Death.
1.Belief in Islam, sanity and sense of discrimination. 2.Intention. 3. clean water. 4 .Removal of anything that prevents skin contact with water (wax or dough on some spots, or nail varnish) 5.Immediate progress from one action to the next. 6.Following the proper order. 7.Washing all the organs that are required to be washed.