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1-Intention to uplift minor or major impurity. 2-Possession of mental faculties. 3-Awareness. 4-Inability to use water for ablution. 5-Dry ablution must be with pure dust.
Dry ablution is a legitimate concession granted by Allah says in the Qur’an to His servants. It is one of the distinctive aspects of Islamic law and it is peculiar to the Muslim community.
Ghusul means pouring pure water over the entire body in a particular way, with the intention of worshipping Allah. ‘If you are in a state of ceremonial impurity, purify yourselves.’ (5:6).
The place where the wiping should be done is the top of the khuffs. If one wipes over the bottom or the back of the khuffs, one does wrong and the wiping is invalid.
To wipe over the khuff instead of washing one’s feet for ablution is valid according to the general view of Sunni scholars. It is a concession given by Allah to make things easier for His servants.
Allah’s Messenger -PBUH- said: “Ten practices are part of sound human nature: trimming the moustache, growing one’s beard, brushing one’s teeth, rinsing one’s nose, clipping one’s nails, washing the back of finger joints, plucking armpit hair, shaving pubic hair and washing private parts.”
It is forbidden to urinate in stagnant water, hold the Qur’an or to read it when one is in the toilet, hold one’s penis with one’s right hand when urinating, and one should not use it to clean oneself after urination or defecation. It is also forbidden to urinate or defecate by the roadside.
Istinja’ is the Arabic word used for the removal of traces of what is discharged through the private parts, while istijmar signifies the use of a cleansing solid object, such as toilet paper or something similar.
What is reprehensible when relieving oneself a- Relieving oneself in an open area and it is windy, to do it facing the direction of the wind. b- To converse with anyone and to urinate over a crevice in the ground. c- To take anything in which Allah’s name is written, except when necessary.