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Making Masah over a plaster

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Q. I made Masah on a plaster on my hand. After I performed Salaah, I changed the plaster. Does my Wudhu remain valid? A. In principle, Masah over a plaster/cast will remain valid until the wound etc. completely heals. In the process, if the plaster/cast is changed, it will not be necessary to repeat the… read more »

Passing wet hands over hijab in wazu.

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Q. Is it permissible for sisters to pass their wet hands over their hijab during the process of making wazu if they are in a situation where the hijab cannot be removed because of the fact that non-muslim males / females are present (or a possibility that non-muslim males / females can walk by) in… read more »

Masah on different types of socks.

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Question: I understand that it is permissible to perform Masah on THICK SOCKS (Jawrbeen) in the Hanafi madhab and Fuqaha have stipulated the conditions for thickness to be: 1. It stays up for itself on the feet. 2. A person can walk with these socks (alone) to a distance of three miles without the socks… read more »

Making wudhu with a plaster.

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Q. Is it permissible to make wudhu with a fabric (porous) plaster? A. Yes, it is permissible to make wudhu with a fabric (porous) plaster. However, the following are the different rulings concerning it:- 1) If the plaster covers a wound/cut that has not been cured as yet, you must make Masah (wipe with the wet… read more »