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Using Zamzam for Wudu During Hajj

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Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani Can Zamzam water be used for doing wudhu while on hajj? i.e in the haram sharief itself where the source of water is present- what are the rulings regarding this? Answer: Walaikum assalam wa rahmatullah, Yes, Zamzam can be used for wudu and ghusl, though it is best that this… read more »

The Validity of Wudu After Sleep 

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Answered by Sidi Fadi Qutub Zada My question deals with wudu and if it is valid after sleep. For example, if I performed wudu, then prayed Isha Salat, then went to sleep, would my wudu be valid when I wake up for Fajr Salat? My confusion comes from not knowing whether I have blown wind… read more »

Najasa: A Soiled Carpet

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Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani How can I remove najasa that has gotten onto a fixed carpet? Is there any way to do this without having to remove the whole carpet? Please help. I’m stuck. Answer: Walaikum assalam, It is not very difficult, inshaAllah: 1. It is best to minimize the filth (najasa) by wiping… read more »

Reliable Knowledge, and Yet More Filth

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Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani I have a general question to ask regarding something I read many months ago in “The salvation of the soul”.a) I read that if a wet clean foot went into a najis dry shoe then as long no signs of najasat were seen on the foot, it can be regarded… read more »

Urine, prayer, wudu

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Answered by Shaykh Faraz Rabbani While prayer if one urinates only a small amount then does one have to wash his body, clothes. Before remaking wudu. Or can I pour water over the effected area on body and garment whilst wearing the garment or does it have to be removed to be cleaned. Answer: Walaikum… read more »

How Much to Wash after Urinating?

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Answered by SunniPath Answer Service Team When a person has been to the toilet and then needs to do istinja for urinating (so he doesn’t excrete faeces but *only* urinates) when he does istinja does he have to wash all of his private parts (all of the penis and surrounding areas) including the anus and… read more »

Pig Dissection?

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Answered by Shaykh Ilyas Patel Is dissecting the heart of a pig permissible for educational purposes? If the pig heart touches the skin, is washing thoroughly with soap sufficient to remove the filth? Is any washing of the hands necessary if latex gloves are used? And if latex gloves are used, washed with soap, and… read more »