Q) Is mucus napaak?
A) No.

Q) Mazi ine gagne lor mo sous vetements. kan ine fini laver dan machine a laver, ene tache blanche ine rester lor sous vetement la. Eski li paak? Sinon ki bizin fer?
A) Bizin relave li avec la main ziska ki trace la aller.

Q) I'm a girl and i often fantasize sex (without masturbating). Because of that i feel wet and i go wash myself and a thick discharge comes out. Does this break my wudhu/ghusal? Is it haram to fantasize sex? How to stop doing this act?
A) If the wetness has not come out with a pressure, then it breaks only the wuzu. But you need to wash them. but if it came with a pressure, then ghusl will break. To keep yourself from such fantasy, try to occupy yourself in other licit activities like painting, sewing, etc. Try to keep fasting for several consecutive days and if you have age of marrying, then get married with the councel of your parents.

Q) Can one use scissors to cut the hair under the arms and pubic area? 
A) Not the best option. We are been ordered by the Prophet Muhammad (saw) to shave the hair in the pubic area and to pluck the one under the arms. But it is also permissible to shave under the arms. 

Q) What does hair in the pubic area means? Should one remove from the navel till the knees? 
A) The unwanted hair that one should remove are the one that grows around the private parts of a male and female. No, one should not remove from the navel till the knees. 

Q) What about the hair between the cheeks? Should one remove them? 
A) Yes, one should remove the hair between the cheeks because otherwise there will be impurities staying in it. (Shami) 

Q) Is it best to pluck the hair under the arms? 
A) Yes, in hadith it is mentioned to pluck the hair under the arms. This prevents the hair from becoming thick and hence preventing bad smell. 


Q) Does my wudhu break if I change my baby's diaper (whether urine or stool)? and does it make a difference whether it is a baby boy or girl?
A) No. No.

Q) If i'm in a journey and i'm wearing socks (leba), should i remove my socks when washing them for wudhu or can i leave it on?
A) It is necessary to wash the feet. Thus, she should remove her socks for wudhu.

Q) Can i wipe my face etc. after wudhu?
A) Both, wiping and not wiping, are sunnah after wudhu.

Q) I have a gas problem and i can't hold my wudhu for long. Your advice please.
A) Consult a doctor. If it still persist and you cannot perform a farz salah at all, then you'll will have to perform wudhu for every salah. Even if it (gas) comes out, continue performing your salah.

Q) Does transparent vaginal discharge break wudhu?
A) No. In fact ''perte blanche'' or vaginal discharge is clean and paak. Ulamas has said although it is a substance coming out from the body, but it is pure and does not break wudhu. Saliva is an analogy to vaginal discharge.

Q) Can we perform wudhu in toilet?
A) Makrooh in normal times.

Q) Is wudhu compulsory to hold and read a translated version of Quraan?
A) No. But do not touch the arabic writings without wudhu.

Q) Does kissing break the wudhu/ghusal or fast?
A) No. But kissing during fast is makrooh if this may lead to sexual relations.

Q) Is it permissible to do wudhu when satr is uncovered (example at the end of a shower)? Do we have to redo our wudhu if we change clothes, i.e satr not fully covered for some time?
A) Yes. No need to redo wuzu in case satr opened.

Q) Eski madam gagne mazi? Et mani aussi?
A) Mazi Non. Mais sa liquid ki sorti en etat excitation appelle li rutubatul farj ou humidite du vagin. Li pure et li pas casse wuzu. Mais li possible ki ene madame decharger apres ene orgasme (sensation sexuel bien fort). Si ene liquid finne sortie apres ene orgasme, alors c`est mani (sperme). Si li finne sorti dehors, alors ghusl madame la finne casser. Si pas fine sorti dehors alors ghusl panne casser. Si finne ena penetration de so missier, alors en tous les cas ghusl finne casser.

Q) If a person voluntarily contracts his muscles for a few seconds to prevent gas from coming out from his anus so that he does not smell, hear or feel any gas coming out. Is his wudhu still valid?
A) Yes, if nothing came out.

Q) If ever a lizard falls on us or on our clothes, must we take a bath or do ghusl. is this true or is it a myth?
A) Not true. Lizard touching us does not imply nor wuzu nor ghusl. But there are ahadiths that says that because lizards blew on fire of Ibrahim (as), then one may kill it to have rewards.

Q) I live in a cold country, is it permissble to do masaah on socks each time I make wudhu? Or do I have to wear moza and do masaah on it?
A) Only on leather mozas, you can make massah. You should wear the moza on complete wudhu. The expiry time that you may continue massah is the time that fisrt time your wudhu broke when you wore it yesterday.

Q) Sometimes when i pass wind i notice a brown trace on my underwear. What is the law pertaining to it? Is the salah performed before seeing this trace counted? Should i change my underwear? Should i take a bath? What is the minimum/maximum size of the trace?
A) If the diameter of that trace exceeds 2.5 cms, then you should perform salah again. If it does not exceed 2.5 cms, then the salah is correct. It is however makrooh to stay with that little amount of trace (less than 2.5 cms) without washing it. It is obligatory to wash for salah, if it is 2.5 cms or more.

Q) Does wudhu become invalid by looking ourselves in the mirror?
A) No.

Q) If someone laughs (no sound) in namaz does his wuzu/namaz break?
A) No.

Q) If someone laughs (with a little sound) in namaz does his wuzu/namaz break?
A) If someone heard him laughing, then both salaah and wuzu will break. But if only himself heard, then only salah will break.

Q) Does wudhu break if a person falls asleep and snores while sitting but not leaning against a wall?
A) No. In a chair, the wuzu will break.

Q) Kan caress 1 toutou eski nu rusl casser ou wudhu? ki parti de sa animal la haram?
A) Entier toutou haraam pou manger. Mais so la bave impure et napaak. Donc si la bave finne gagne lor ou ou lor ou linge, alors obliger laver. Mais si aucene malproprete pas finne gagne lor ou et so la peau ti propre, alors pas obliger nettoyer. .

Q) What breaks wudhu? If I change clothes and my Satar is uncovered, is my wudhu nullified?
A) Only these eight listed break wudhu: • Passing urine, stool or wind • Flowing of blood or puss from any part of the body • Vomiting full mouth • Laughing loudly while in salah • Becoming unconcious • Becoming insane • Becoming intoxicated • When blood flows in the mouth and is equal or more than the saliva. • Sleeping by lying down or by leaning against something • Anything which comes out from the private part, breaks the wudhu. Hence opening of the satar does not break wudhu

Q) If the wudzu is already done, then i go and listen to a song or watching a film, does my wudzu breaks?
A) No. Although all these are not permissible.

Q) I collected some water to make wudhu and while making wudhu, some of the used water fell in the collected water that was clean. Can i still make wudhu with that collected water?
A) Yes you may.

Q) Does touching one's own private part breaks the wudhu?
A) No.

Q) Do we need to have wudhu in order to make tasbeeh?
A) No.

Q) Can u please give me the daleel of massah on neck while making wudhu.
A) First of all, we should know that there are two views on this issue.On one hand we have those scholars who testify that making massah on the neck is sunnah and on the other hand, we have those who claim that it is bid`ah(invention and not sunnah). In fact those who testify that it is sunnah found the proof and hence stated their declaration. And those who say it is bid`ah did not find the proof and hence stated their stand. Now by looking at ahadiths, we find that the holy prophet (saw) did make massah on the neck. Different narration are found in several books mainly Abu Dawood shareef, Tabrani, Tahawi and Musnad Ahmad. Basing on these ahadiths we conclude that it is mustahab and recommended to make massah on the neck and it is not bid`ah. In fact Sheikh Albani did testify the hadith of Abu Dawood as sahih and strong. As a matter of principle, we should take consideration of the ones who have proofs over the ones whom proofs never reached them. Allah Ta`ala says:''Say O prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.p.) : Are the ones who knows equal to the ones who do not know?'' (39:9) As a matter ofprinciple, we should take consideration of the ones who have proof that massah on the neck is an established sunnah as found in ahadiths. But still we should not make this an issue of discussion, since the ones who do not make the massah, their wudhu is still valid. But rather we should ponder upon how many people are not performing salaah and wudhu at all. The percentage of non mussalis are indeed over 90% worldwide. As such let`s make an effort to improve the salaah performance percentage instead. Let`s start in our midst, our family and our working places.

Q) Does wind coming out from the vagina breaks the wudhu? If one heard a slight sound but didn’t feel it coming out from the anus, will wudhu break?
A) No. If wind didn’t come out from the anus, then wudhu doesn’t break.

Q) Is it permissible to make dua (in creole) without wudhu ?
A) Permissible. You don’t need to have wudhu to make dua.

Q) Can we listen to surahs without wudhu?
A) Yes.

Q) If water facilities are not available in the toilets at college, can we perform namaz after urination and make use of toilet paper only? A) Yes, if the impurity on the body did not exceed a diameter of 3 cms.

Q) Farting breaks whudhu. But what if a person does not fart, but feels a little thiing. Does that also break whudhu?
A) Yes, even small.

Q) Is there any compulsory dressing code for a woman when she is going to perform wudhu?
A) No.

Q) Is my wuzu still valid after I have washed the private parts of a child?
A) Yes.

Q) My water tank is exposed to the sun and the water is at times warm. Can I drink it or bath or make wuzu with it?
A) Yes you can.

Q) Is my ghusal valid if my hair is dyed? 
A) Yes.


Q) If a woman fantasizes about sex and finger herself and a clear transparent water comes out of her vagina. does this break the ghusl or wudhu?
A) It definitely breaks wudhu. But if it came out with pressure or came out directly after masturbation, then ghusl break.

Q) Does ghusal breaks by inserting an apparatus in the anus?
A) No.

Q) Do we have to do ghusl again if we didnt wash ourself with water after urinating?
A) No. But you need to wash if urine spilled to the extent of a Rs 5 radius or more. If it is less than a Rs 5 coin area, then one may read salaah, but it is makrooh to do so.

Q) If a girl plays with her private part and a sticky water comes out does this break ghusl?
A) Yes, ghusl break. It is haraam to play with one`s private part.

Q) Can a woman perform ghusal before the 40 days of nifaas? Can she take ghusal as soon as she stops bleeding?
A) Yes, she may perform ghusal as soon as she stops bleeding and sees only white. But if she has a habit of getting more than these days, than she has to wait. Example: The last time she gave birth, she bled for 31 days. But this time she only bled for 27 days. So she will have to wait a little before taking ghusal. If she did not bleed, she may take ghusal and read namaz. However, she must not have sexual intercourse before the 31st day.

Q) If a man plays with his wife's private part until she becomes wet, does this break the ghusal?
A) No, ghusal doesn't break ; but the wife's wudhu breaks.

Q) After giving birth, is it necessary to wait for 40 days to do ghusl and do namaz or she can after 20 days itself?
A) There is no minimum of nifaas and the maximum is 40 days. As such it is not necessary to wait for 40 days to bath. But if you had a child in the past and your nifaas bleeding was more than 20 days, then you will wait until you are sure that you are pure. When sure, then read only salaah until your last habit days finished. Then you may cohabit with the husband. Wallahou a`lam bis sawaab.

Q) Will i be sinful if i didn't perform ghusal for jum'ah because there was limited amount of water?
A) No, it's not a sin.

Q) What are the conditions of bathing after sexual intercourse?
A) Islam teaches us only one kind of bath on Fridays and after sexual relationships:
1. Niyyah for a ghusl to be pure from greater impurity.
2. Wash hands three times
3. Sit and wash intimate part.
4. Make proper wudhu with putting water in mouth, gargling and put water in nostrils.
5. Pour water on the right shoulder and passing hands over that side of the body
6. Pour water on the left side and passing hands everywhere that side
7. Pour water on the head and passing hands between the hair
8. If water accumulate, then wash feet where water does not reach you.
Remember the three fard of wudhu: The entire body should be wet, water should wet the mouth and the nostril.

Q) Is it necessary to repeat the ghusal after shaving the hair on the pubic area? 
A) No.

Q) How to perform ghusl correctly?
A) Know that there are 3 farzs of ghusl: a. The whole body should be wet (including ears and navel). b. Wet the whole mouth. c. Wet the nostrils.
1. First make niyyah(in minds) that I will purify myself from impurity. 2. Wash your hands thrice. 3. Wash your private parts(between navel and knees). 4. Make full wudhu whereby put water specially in the mouth, gargle and pull water in the nose and clean thrice. 5. Throw water on the right shoulder thrice and use hands to clean. 6. Throw water on the left shoulder thrice and use hands to clean. 7. Throw water on the head thrice and use fingers to wet everywhere. 8. If water accumulate in your bathroom, then wash your feet at the end.

Q) Does a woman's ghusal breaks if she does not cover her knees in the public ?
A) No. Although this is a major sin to expose one`s body in public.

Q) If a person needs to do ghusal in plane, what must he do?
A) Know that a rinse or a wash in Islam is to clean with water with at least 2 drops dripping. Less than 2 drops would mean a massah (passing with wet hands). As such one may clean oneself with water and tissues on this principle to get rid of impurities on your body. Yet you may try to wet your body member by member in this manner and hence you would have perform ghusl without wetting the toilet. Remember the three farzs of ghusl: wet whole body, wet the nostrils, wet the mouth and gargle. But else, since you are not allowed by plane staff to have a shower in the plane toilet, you should therefore clean the impurities as indicated above and then perform tayammum. We recommend that you redo your salaah when you reach your destination. Wallahu a`lam bisawab. 
Q) Is wudhu and ghussl still valid if we cover our sick nails with varnish like medicine?
A) Yes, still valid.


Q) Does 'wet dream' mean Haiz?
A) No. Wet dream is a sexual ejaculation during sleep, while haiz means the monthly blood flowing of ladies.

Q) Can one read Darood Shareef when one is menstruating? And can she take part in Tahleel ?
A) Yes.

Q) Women are not allowed to read the quran during menstruation. But can she read manzil for protection?
A) Yes, she may read manzil as a means of protection.

Q) If a girl has to read a wazifah for 40 consecutive days after Esha salah, what must she do as she'll definetly get her menstruation in between those 40 days?
A) You stop reading it during menstruation and continue after taking ghusal.

Q) If a girl is in her state of haiz, can she wake up early in tahajud time and make doa? Will she get the same sawab like if she perform her salat?
A) Same sawaab insha Allah.

Q) Can a woman in a state of haiz read a soft copy of the Quran (without any translation - purely Arabic)?
A) No. She can`t read Qur-aan even from soft copy.

Q) I got my changes on 12th of May and I took ghusal on the 20th of the same month. From the 29th I’m bleeding again like my changes. If I continue to bleed after 15 days, since I took ghusal, will this be haiz or not?
A) The bleeding from the 29th of May is called istihaaza; thus you should make wudhu before every salaah and perform salaah. But if the bleeding continues, then after 15 days since the 20th of May your haiz starts again. And will continue until 10 days maximum.

Q) Can i read any part of the quran that i know by heart even in the state of haiz?
A) No. Only those ayats that are for protection and read as a du`a.

Q) I had my haiz at 15:00 yesterday. But I did not read Zuhr. Do I have to replace the Zuhr Salaah after my haiz?
A) No, the Zuhr salaah need not to be replaced.

Q) I got my haiz during salaah, should the salaah be replaced once haiz over?
A) No. Unless it was nafil salaah, then you will need to replace.

Q) My haiz comes in an irregular basis. Sometimes it comes on the first month, sometimes it stops and come on 45 days. Sometimes I bleed contimuously for 15 days, but other times for only 2 days. Please help me to determine my haiz.
A) Since your case is that your haiz does not come on habitual days, then the massail pertaining your bleeding would be counted as haiz when there is possibility that it is haiz. Know that there is should be a minimum of 15 days that you would be reading salaah between two haizs. So if after one bleeding of 3 days minimum, in less than 15 days you encounter another bleeding, then the 2nd bleeding does not count as haiz until you fulfil the 15 days course. Then if you continue to bleed, then stop salaah. If it bleeds continuously for 3 days or more(after 15 days), then this is another haiz. But if after the 15 days course, it bled on 2 days, then replace your salaahs for these two days since it was istihadhah. The principle is that if you are sure that your bleeding is haiz, then stops your salaahs. But if you are sure that that type of bleeding would last only one day, then continue your salaah unless it bleeds for 3 days continuously.

Q) My haiz are normally 4 days on the 22nd day cycle. This month I bled for 1 day only on the 22nd day and the rest days I stayed without bleeding. What should I do?
A) Since haiz has a minimum of 3 days and a maximum of ten days, then your one day bleeding is not haiz, but istihadhah. You should replace the missed salaahs during that day.

Q) I normally have my haiz on the 20th day cycle for 6 days. This month I had only one drop of blood in the beginning and I did not bleed at all until the last day when I had another drop of blood. Is that haiz? Should I read salaah?
A) Since haiz is counted as the beginning blood and the ending blood, then your two drops are counted as if you were bleeding continuously. Then this was your haiz and you should not read salaah.

Q) If I find in my normal habitual days of haiz a drop of blood or a trace of another colour, would that be counted as haiz?
A) When you know that your haiz is coming, then when you see a drop of blood or any clot besides white, then it is haiz. On the condition that this blood does not stop before 3 days and that the minimum number of days from the last haiz (ghusal) are 15 days. Else before 15 days it is istihadah and if the drop stops before 3 days, then it is istihadah.

Q) Eski ene madame dans haiz gagne droit lire Qur-aan ?
A) Non, li pas gagne droit. Hadith de Tirmizi, Baihaqi, Ibn Shaibah et Ibn Majah clairement empeche ki ene madame dans haiz et ene celui qui pena ghusl pas gagne droit lire Qur-aan. Oui si finne lire quelques versets comme dua, alors li permissible. Li pas gagne droit touche Qur-aan aussi. Si necessaire, attrape Qur-aan d avec ene tissus au millieu.
Q) Can a haiza write ayaat of the Quraan without touching the page, eg while putting another page in between? I would be grateful to get the reference please.
A) First of all it is unanimously bound that a woman in haiz should not read the Qur-aan nor should she touch the Qur-aan without anything in between. But she may look in the Qur-aan without reading or read duas ayahs.
In view of the tafseer of the second ayah of sourah Qalam, we find in major tafseer books that the pen that wrote Wahi is also sacred and also the ink that is imprinted is also sacred. That is why the first appeal is that no ayahs of the Qur-aan should be written in the state of haiz. Imam Muhammad hold the view that it is makrooh to write since writing is in the same meaning as touching(Shami).
But according to imam Abu Yusuf(r.a.) it is permissible to write ayahs of the Qur-aan during haiz with something in between the page and the writer(Shami).
Best is to abstain unless it is necessary to and difficult to postpone the writing. Then the haiza should put something in between the page and the ayah that she is writing.
Q) Can a haiza read the duah after adhan?
A) Yes, she can.
Q) Can a woman in haiz (menstruation) listen to a surah on cd?
A) Yes.
Q) Not certain of the time haiz has begun (during or after zohar time), must I replace zohar in this case?
A) If you are not sure, then the rule of ihtiyat and precaution applies for salaah. That is better replace that Zohr.
Q) Can a woman who has got her menses enter masjid Al Haram or perform tawaaf ?
A) No, she can't.
Q) A woman who has got her haiz can't enter masjid Al Haram, nor can she perform tawaaf. Does same apply for masjid Nabawi and all other masjid ? Is it not permissible even to sit outside?
A) She cannot sit in the masjid. But she should not come near the masjid also. Although in case of emergency, she may sit outside the masjid.

Q) Can a haiza apply mehendi on her hands and hair?
A) Yes.

Q) Can a woman in the state of haiz read AYAT UL KURSI as a dua before sleeping?
A) Yes, she can.
Q) Eski li vrai ki ene madam en etat nifass pa en droit sorti pendan 40 jours??
A) Non.

Q) Mo ene maman kin donne naissance ene bb garcon le premier tarawi de sa moi ramadan la. Apres 14 jours lin intekal. Eski mo pena droit sorti pendan 40 jours?
A) Faire patience, celui ki faire patience lor la mort so zenfant Allah pou donne li jannat. Ene hadith de Ibn Majah pe dire ki celui ki finne perdi so zenfant dans l`enfance, alors Allah pou donne li jannat, mais faudrer ki li faire patience en espoir pou gagne sa recompense la. Bizin pas dire banne paroles comment:''Kifere sa finne arrive nous meme.'' Mais reste cherche l`aide Allah a travers la patience et dua. Lire:

إِنَّا لِلَّهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ اللَّهُمَّ أْجُرْنِي فِي مُصِيبَتِي وَأَخْلِفْ لِي خَيْرًا مِنْهَا

Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi raji-oun, Allahoumma Ajourni fi mousibati wakhlif li khairaminha.
Ou gagne droit sorti.

Q) My uncle came and asked me to teach him how to use the Quran pen, and on that day i was menstruating. I initialy showed him how to use the books, and he later asked me to show about the Quraan as well. I had no other option than to open the Quran and to show him. I was trying for an exucse, but coudnt think of anything. If i had a piece of cloth i would have used it but alas. Is it a major sin? How can i repent? Am feeling terrible after this act.
A) It is a major sin to touch the Qur-aan without ghusl. One should repent: regret, promise not to do again and give some sadaqahs. Next time take an excuse and go to the toilet and come back. Then say you need to use the cloth since you went toilet.

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