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Transparent socks or socks with holes: can we go out, wipe over or pray with them?

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Transparent socks or socks with holes: can we go out, wipe over or pray with them? - Assim al hakeem.

How to wash off impurity from a body part that has hair?

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How to wash off impurity from a body part that has hair? - Assim al hakeem.

Should we wash the bottom & top of our arms & feet in wudu?

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Should we wash the bottom & top of our arms & feet in wudu? - Assim al hakeem.

Repeat wudu many times because I hear sounds in my stomach (but nothing comes out)

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Repeat wudu many times because I hear sounds in my stomach (but nothing comes out) - Assim al hakeem.

Etiquette of answering the call of nature

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Etiquette of answering the call of nature.

When going to the toilet

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More than one hadith clarify what should be done when going to the toilet. Entering with the left foot and leaving with the right one is recommended, as well as saying some prayers and other points discussed below. 

Using the toilet and its manners

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There is an etiquette that must be followed when using the toilet. Islam has described how one should take care of his personal hygiene.

Unbelievers’ utensils

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The primary ruling is that these are permissible to use. However, if it is known that they are contaminated with impurity, then they may not be used until they have been washed.

Types of water

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The water that ensures purification is called tahur, and it is defined as pure and purifying. It is every type of water that retains its original state as it is created, whether it falls from the sky, such as rainwater, snow, and hail, or comes up from the earth, such as the water of rivers, springs, wells, and seas

Containers, plates and utensils

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It is permissible to all Muslims to use all types of utensils, containers and plate including those made from metal.

Does the water we wash an impurity with, become impure itself?

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Does the water we wash an impurity with, become impure itself? - Assim al hakeem.

What is istijmar?

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What is istijmar(Toilet Paper etc after urinating defecating)& does it impact purity?

Purification

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Muslims must be pure before praying or any other act of worship requiring purity. Purification means the removal of any physical discharge from private parts which require washing, water sprinkling or wiping. 

Postnatal discharge

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Postnatal discharge: This refers to the blood discharged by women after childbirth.

Things forbidden during menstruation

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Women in menstruation are forbidden from having penetrative sexual intercourse, prayers, fasting, holding Qur'an, performing Tawaf, reciting Qur'an, staying in a mosque, and getting divorced.

Menses: definition and rulings

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Menses or Hayd is the natural blood discharge from women uterus through her vagina. It could start at the age of 9 and stops by the age of 50. It usually lasts for 6 to 7 days and it requires a bath at the end “ghusl”.

Impurities and how to remove them

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Impurities refer to all foul materials. It should be removed by washing it off. In case of dogs impurities it should be washed 7 times one of them with dust. Other rules apply on different sources of impurities. 

Dry ablution

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Dry ablution “Tayamum” is performing ablution using dust when water is not available. In this case, pure dust is passed lightly over one’s face and hands. It is a legitimate concession granted for Muslims. 

Ghusl, or taking a bath

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Ghusl in Islam is to pour pure water over one’s body in a special way with the intention of worshipping Allah. And it is obligatory in some cases like semen discharge, converting to Islam, after menstruation.  

Wiping over the khuff

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Kuff is what is worn over the feet. It includes socks and could be made of various materials. God has permitted his servants to wipe over it during ablution if they cover the feet up to the ankles as a form of easiness. 

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