• Wiping over the socks is permitted as a substitute in washing the feet when performing wudhu (ablution) for men and women alike, even if the socks are of a thick material other than leather and may have laces.                        For wiping over the socks to be permissible …

  • How to Wash Hands

    Faraidh – obligatory Wajibaat – necessary Sunnan – An act done or liked by the prophet   We perform wudhu to carry out tasks which are not permissible in the state of minor impurity and to gain the reward in the hereafter, such as when we are about to pray salah, touch the Quraan, do …

  • The Purification Bath

    Compulsory Bath (Fard Ghusl) Ghusl becomes compulsory when one of the following occur Emission of sperm Sexual Intercourse (even without ejaculation of sperm) Ending of menstruation or postnasal bleed       Recommended Bath – (Nafl Ghusl) Ghusl is recommended in the below scenarios: On Friday (Before Jumu’ah prayer) The Two Eid’s Before entering into …

  • Touching the quraan

    QUESTION When we pick up the Quran we have wudhu. When he look at the Quran on the phone should we look at it with wudhu also, does the same rule of wudhu apply if we are looking at a copy of the Quran and if we are looking at the Quran on a phone. …

  • How to do Istinja

    Below are a list of etiquettes of doing instina, what is permissible and what is not.   Revealing the Awrah When doing istinja it is important that we do not fully take off all our clothes. We should always attain modesty, for men and women we should be careful we do not reveal our body …

  • Pure & Impure Water

    Staying clean is extremely important in Islam, if one is not in the state of purity they cannot fulfill any rituals such as Salaah and Reciting Quran, hence Islam gives great emphasis on one being clean and pure.  The way we purify our exterior is with the use of pure clean water.   It is …


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