Is this water considered impure?
Tag: what invalidates wudu
Is it permissible to make wudu (ablution) without answering the call of nature after waking up?
I cut my nails after making wudu (ablution), shall I renew my ablution or washing my hands will be enough?
Does applying “Keratin” to the hair invalidate ablution, knowing that it covers the hair but doesn’t reach the scalp or prevent water from reaching it?
Sometimes this blood gets onto my clothes; do I have to change my clothes and wash them if I want to pray?
If someone did wudu, then put on socks, then broke his wudu, then took off the socks for a few seconds to put some cream on his feet, then put the socks on again, does he have to wash his feet again if he repeats his wudu?
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: Though Islam prohibits lustful looking at members of the opposite sex, this act does not break one’s wudu (ablution) unless madhi (pre-seminal fluid) is emitted. Answering your question, Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, …
I wonder if it is breaking my wudu (ablution). What should I do when I am in ritual Prayer or doing wudu?