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What if a little urine comes out after wudu? Is it excused?

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Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

Sometimes I have to urinate before I do wudu. SO after I do my business, I then then do wudu. but for some reason after I do wudu, I inadvertently urinate a very small amount…and I have to emphasise very small. I was just wondering how much urine one can produce before it invalidates wudu. I have heard about the size of a 50p coin

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Walaikum assalam wa rahmatullah,

1. Wudu is broken by any filth (such as urine) exiting from the private parts, even if little. [Tumurtashi, Tanwir; Shurunbulali, Nur al-Idah]

2. After relieving oneself, it is obligatory that one free oneself of any remaining traces of urine such that nothing will come out after one’s wudu. It is a strongly confirmed sunna to clean one’s private parts, using toilet paper (or the like) and/or water. [ibid]

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Faraz Rabbani

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