Washing the feet in wudhu
Q: Should the hands and feet be completely dry before washing them in wudhu?
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- Washing the hands after the feet in wudhu
- Difficulty in washing one’s feet during wudhu
- I have waswasahs, and alhamdulillaah I am doing better now in my salah after listening to the advice, but I still have problems with wudoo and I have an issue now about dead skin which I will elaborate about in shaa Allaah. OK so I used a pummelstone on my feet and I had dead skin on my feet then I wore my slippers and performed Wudoo’ washing my feet under the tap properly and then put my slippers back on and took them off to do salah. After salah I see flakes of dead skin on my feet so I look in my slipper and still see the dead skin from before inside of them so, I have 2 questions: 1. The amount of dead skin was considerable and I am doubtful and irritated by not knowing where it came from for sure. 2. I use a tap in Wudoo’ and I used a lot of water blasting it on my feet, and I remember rubbing as well, so can I assume that this amount of water is sufficient to penetrate the dead skin and reach the surface of my foot?
- I am a 22 year old girl. I notice small amount of leucorrhea every day though being a medical student I know this amount is physiological (normal amount, not due to any disease) does it break my wudhu? I always wash it and make my wudhu but when I am in journey it creates a big problem. Usually I make wudhu before every namaz after washing leucorrhea which is mostly less than 1 rupee amount but while traveling it is difficult. Is there any ruling where I can offer my namaz without washing it off and making new wudhu especially when I am traveling?
- I am a very doubtful person and I keep doubting myself over impurity. I have a few questions please help me make my life easier on me.1. We take a shower in bathtub and during wudhu I wash my feet in there. On one side of the tub water collects and we have to drain it by pushing it with our feet towards the drain. So does my wudhu or ghusl qualify or do I have to wash then drain with feet and then wash again?2. While washing my hands some soap which I had put on my hand touched a part of my hair. From the shoulder as my hair was falling off the shoulder. Does my hand become impure if it touches the soap on my hand which I had applied?3. After Intimate relations between couples if after that you touch your phone or switch with that hand does it become impure. If impurity is dried off but hands are not washed and you touch it. Does it become impure if you touch other things? And if someone else touches the same things with wet hands, does that other person become impure?
- 1) Its 4am and now I am in the state of impurity. I didn’t do anything but for boys it happens naturally. So I just woke up from my deep sleep and fajr will be aftr 1 hour and 30 mins and I am confused what to do. Can I just perform ghusl by washing off the impurities and then washing my whole body with the niyyat of ghusl? Do I need to make wudhu too? It will take me 20 minutes to wash my entire body so can I just wash my body and then sleep and then when I wake up for fajr then make wudhu and pray? Is this allowed in islam?2) Sometimes while doing ghusl a lot of negative doubts arise in my mind and then it takes me around 30 to 40 minutes to finish. Please help me out.3) Does my wudhu break while chatting to a girl who is my friend and just friend no girl friend. And the chat is decent no bad things.4) Will sweating break my wudhu?