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  1. Asalaam Alaykum dear SC members, Is changing clothes for (any) ghusl mandatory? I have read somewhere you only must change your underclothes after ghusl. Thanks in advance. sara
  2. Ghusl

    Selam brothers I became junub and i did ghusl After ghusl i noticed a liquid,sticky and no colour coming out of my organ but in very small amount My question is Is my ghusl invalid or is it okay? And also Should one take another clothes after ghuls or can he wear the clothes he became junub I mean there is no semen on it But still I need to know
  3. Urgent!

    Salaam, Long story short, I took a bath and intended to do ghusl alongside it and did say my intention. So I did the bath and wudu as well. Since then I offered 15 different prayers and until now I realised I didn't wash my body on how it is supposed to be done for ghusl. Does this mean I have to do all the prayers again?? Many thanks.
  4. Rules of ghusul

    Salam. I always thought that for ghusl is wajib to wash three times the head and neck, and then three times the right and left part of the body. But I have been reading the resalah of multiple Maraje and none of them mention that is wajib to do it three times. Muy question is, is it wajib or mustahab to do it three times? Sometimes I don't have enough water to do it three times, that's why I would like to know if the ghusl would be valid if I wash every part only once. If there is any fatwa addressing this issue I would appreciate it. Thank you!
  5. Salaam, Say you were on the last days of menstruation, and you also work. What if your menstruation ends whilst you are in your workplace, and by the time you get back home, Zuhr and Asr would be qadha. And typically, you'd go home and do ghusl and pray but it'll be late. It is worthy to note that there is a wudhu place and a praying area at the place, so is there an alternative other than simply going home, then doing ghusl, and then praying late, or, can I do something else, e.g: tayammum, considering the fact that missing prayers is a grave sin?
  6. Will this namaaz be valid?

    If one was to find himself in a state of janabah, and was unaware that this means you cannot read namaaz, would all of his namaaz during his time in the state of janabah be invalid? If the namaaz is in fact invalid, will this person have to re read all of his prayers again?
  7. So i have two questions, first regarding istibra and second regarding masah. Here goes.. 76. If a person performs Istibra, and also performs Wudhu, and if after Wudhu he sees a liquid discharged, of which he knows that it is either urine or semen, it will be obligatory upon him to do Ghusl, together with Wudhu. But if he had not done Wudh u after Istibra, then Wudhu alone will be sufficient. I did'nt quite understand this law, what does this mean. Why is ghusl required in the above condition?? Why can't i just wash my privies and do wudhu again?? And the second question. i was searching about wudu and i saw some people saying (on shiachat) that masah water should not mix with washing water. For example, if i do masah of head then i should stop few cm before hairline. But i've seen many videos and no one has ever discussed this thing, some even went to the hairline (when doing masah). So is this thing mustahab or wajib? Does it render wudu void (if water mixes) ?? How exactly can i stop water of masah from flowing into water of washing (because a drop or two may flow to the face). Please help me because i have to do wudu atleast 3 times due to this "mixing of water" issue. Also cite any reference or hadith and saying of Imam about this issue. Thanks in advance.
  8. Can we wear the same clothes?

    I was just addicted to masturbation. After getting rid of it, by mistake i masturbated yesterday. My question is: after doing this i wore clean clothes...without ghusl...so after ghusl can i wear the same clothes or the clothes are pak.???
  9. Salam dear friends: Is there a rule that the days in which Mustahib Ghusl (bath) can be obtained, it can only be done only onces, or it can be done number of times ? On Eid, I take mustahib bath at morning before offering eid prayer, this eid after slaughtering animals, I was untidy, my cloths got messy with animals blood, and I was feeling like taking a bath. It was about noon prayer time, then this point came into my mind, but I was not sure that if I could take another mustahib bath as per the day, so that I could take mustahib bath of eid day again and offer prayer. Thank you.
  10. Hi everyone. I hope you guys are safe and well. I would love for an Shias to help me with the salah. I also want to learn the Shia wudu as well. I am a female, so I would like to learn the ghusl i need to perform in the shower after my period is finished. I have been trying to look online, but i have found resources made by Muslims that are making false versions of Shia salah. I used to know how to pray the Shia way. But I went to a Sunni school where I was forced and abused to learn there style. Now I have forgotten, and at the time i was to terrified to talk to my parents about this. I still am... No matter what, i will never have the courage to tell my parents. They are not the forgiving type or the understanding type either. Please.... I just want to know everyone right away again. I cannot stand this wait any longer. If it helps, I am Southern Iraqi.
  11. Hello. I'm a woman in my mid 20's. I haven't told anyone this, but when I was around the age of 9 I somehow came across masturbation by myself, like it just happened, and I continued to occasionally do it as the years went on. I honestly didn't know what it was I was doing until I became a teenager. It wasn't until 2 years ago where I was on ayatollah sistani's website, that I learned that masturbation was haram in Islam and that it requires ghusl jinabat. I have been fasting and doing my prayers since the age of 9, but because I did not do ghusl, would that mean I have to make up all those years worth of fasts and prayers from the age of 9, even though I did not know what I was doing was haram and that I needed to do ghusl? What do I need to do? Thanks for your help
  12. As salamu aleikoum, I know I am an obsessive person and therefore I would like to know what normal people think of dead skin during ghusl. Do you think dead skin is an impediment for ghusl ? Do you think it prevents water from reaching one's real skin ? I am not sure it is an impediment since I don't think that if someone was to wear a dead skin coat it would be waterproof... Or it would better be very thick ! (disgusting I know). Jazakallah khair.
  13. As salamu aleikoum, When I did ghusl, because of dead skin on my back (which I wasn't sure whether it stop the water from reaching the "real" skin), I rubbed my back with a brush. After that, I felt pain a little bit. When I finish ghusl, I looked at my back in a mirror and no trace of blood was there. I suppose that my back was red at that moment, like when you scratch yourself or like when you shave. It is said that shaving for instance leads to tiny cuts that cannot be seen with the naked eye. So, is my ghusl valid even if I think that maybe there was some blood on my back, even if there is no trace of it ? Thank you.
  14. Tartibi ghusl

    As salamu aleikoum, In tartibi ghusl, it is said that one must wash his head and neck first then the rest of the body. But what if, after washing the body (if ghusl has not ended yet), while turning off the shower and moving it to set it aside, a few drops of water reach the ear for example ? Similarly, what if one's hand shakes unintentionally while the shower is still on, and the head or the other side of the body is reached by the water ? Does this happen to you sometimes ? What do you do in that case ? Since ghusl takes me a long time, I'd rather not repeat it if possible. Ayatollah Sistani says this : "And if a person washes the body before washing the head, either intentionally, or on account of forgetfulness or because of not knowing the rule, Ghusl is void". But I wonder : did I really "wash" the body before the head on account of forgetfulness ? It would be really surprising because it would mean that if you are using your hand to wipe your hair while the shower is on, you are actually washing your head and part of your body at the same time ! Even if the shower is not on I guess.
  15. Taking A Shower

    Salaam everyone, http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f26_1467811451 Can anybody explain what this scholar is saying? And who is he? Is what he says true? Any sources for his claim? Sorry for liveleak link as I couldn't find it on somewhere else.
  16. Salam, Blessed Friday for you all In ShaAllah! كان علي (ع) إذا أراد أن يوبخ الرّجل يقول له : أنت أعجز من التارك الغسل ليوم الجمعة ، فإنه لا يزال في همّ إلى الجمعة الأخرى العلل 1/270 Hadith above says that Imam Ali used to reproach someone by saying : You are lazier than the one who is intentionally abandoning the Ghusl of the day of Friday. For such a man will live worried to the next Friday. I think it is one of the many mercies upon us that we are getting a reward for this act. At times the mind is very preoccupied no matter how hard we try to clear it up. Praying and reputation of Quran and Du'a becomes difficult to be done with full focus. But here we are being rewarding for a physical act that dose not require plenty of mind work. Just a bath on the day of Friday. But see how huge amount of bounty is sent toward us for just doing it with only the intention? قال النبي (ص) : من اغتسل يوم الجمعة ومسَّ من طيب امرأته إن كان لها ، ولبس من صالح ثيابه ، ثم لم يتخطَّ رقاب الناس ، ولم يلغُ عند الموعظة ، كان كفارة لما بينهما Prophet said : Whoever performed the Ghusl of Friday , put some perfume (from his wife if she has any), wore the best of his clothes then went to mosque and did not skip people's necks to reach to front lines then did not speak laghu during the sermon. This act will cover up any flaw of him during the upcoming week up to next Friday ^rough translation. قال الصادق (ع) : إذا اغتسل أحدكم يوم الجمعة فليقل : " اللهم !.. اجعلني من التوابين ، واجعلني من المتطهرين " Imam Sadiq said : After performing Ghusl of Friday say : O Allah , make me from those who repent and those who purify themselves." قال النبي (ص) لعلي (ع) في وصيته له : يا علي !.. على الناس كل سبعة أيام الغسل ، فاغتسل في كل جمعة ، ولو أنَّك تشتري الماء بقوت يومك وتطويه ، فإنه ليس شيء من التطوُّع أعظم منه . The prophet said to Imam Ali in his will : O Ali, there is one ghusl/bath upon people every 7 days, so perform ghusl every Friday even if you had to buy water with your day money and stay without money after wards, for there is nothing with greater reward from all the recommended acts than the ghusl of Friday. Yep so you all lazy people, go and bath XD
  17. Bath

    Salaam alaikum wr wb this topic to some will sound taboo but with a clear heart read it.It will just warm up your faith and help you. let us consider the topic ghusl in Sharia.The different types Ghusl e Tartibi and Ghusl e Irtimasi. Ghusl e tartibi is the bucket bath where you pour water from a bucket.While Ghusl e Irtimasi is submerging yourself in water like a pool,river or a big stream.For this you need to do first taharat then dip yourself without a splash gradually into water.The bath taken in a tub thus inclines more to ghusl e Irtimasi and I mentioned Sharae way of taking such a bath.Immersing yourself in bath tub without purifying would invalidate the bath as a Sharae bath.And you should not jump into the bath tub or pool to cause a splash.This is the Islamic way to take a bath as a Muslim to be able to offer prayers and read Quran. The benefits of taking a regular bath meaning everyday is very beneficial.It just improves your mental and physical health almost magically.here I mention some special baths to improve your health 1. Salt bath ---- this type of bath reduces pain,swelling and stiffneess caused by overwork,or long exposure to extreme coldIn winter a hot salt bath whereas in very hot climate salt with cold water willl just give you renewed energy.You may find it almost miraculous when even over the counter remedies fail to heal you.Such a common thing ,but works wonders. 2. Clove bath.---- this helps in case of extreme influenza. 3. Cinnamon bath ---- makes your hair shiny and is cooling,refreshing,will make you fair . 4. Cardamom bath --- is anti depressant,reduces very bulky swelling,make you cry for a while 80 percent or more swelling subsides same day.This is good for hard bulky swelling. 5.black salt bath --- first moisten skin,rub black salt,then wash with normal water.This is good for healing paralysis.It also causes small and big boils to rupture..But do not take more than three such baths in a week. Hope so it helps.and you like it. God bless those who bath themselves regularly.:)
  18. -- Please brothers do not read further this is definitely for WOMEN ONLY-- Consider yourselves thoroughly warned!! Okay, now sisters, I have a quick question regarding ghusl and this is a mature topic, I am well aware, and the mods can do what they wish to make sure only appropriate answers are given. My marja is Makarem Shirazi (see the pic), and I had a question regarding ghusl and interactions between the husband and wife. Given Shirazi's website update, and now its rather difficult ability to traverse, I have asked a mature question. I will keep this as appropriate as humanly possible for the sake of not disclosing personal information between the spouses. My question: If a woman provides a form of intimacy to her husband which leads to, you know, and she does not come in contact with the najis except for the hands, does she still need to do ghusl? Is it mandatory or recommended? This is a matter of foreplay (eek the word), and not sexual intercourse. I hope this question is not to private and salacious. I would appreciate any answers from any marja, and if possible Makarem would obviously be preferable. Sistani also works as well. Thank you!
  19. Ghusl Question?

    Asalamualaikum brothers and sisters, so a few years ago I reached the age in which the jugement begins, which is 14 or 15 I believe. So during that time I committed some unjust acts which left me needing to do ghusl. HOWEVER, me not knowing that ghusl was required after such an act literally until two days ago did not do ghusl. Does this mean that I need to repeat all my salaat or are they saved because I was ignorant of the requirements? Also, let it be known that I did I was well knowing that this act was a sin and wrong but not on this scale. Out of my fear of Allah (SWT), a few minutes after finding out it was required I quickly went and did ghusl tartibi.
  20. Salam Alaikoum, I would like to give a brief history on my situation before seeking assistance. I am a shi'i muslim born, but my parents weren't practicing muslims and didn't teach me the steps for prayers. We were living in a sunni muslim country early in my life. I learned the steps for prayers the sunni way back then. However, in my early teen age year, we moved to another country with no islamic teaching in school. All these things, in addition to laziness by me, has led me to not pray. So currently I am in my mid 20s and I decided to start praying. Most guides state extra optional things to do before and during prayers. I don't wish to do the extra optional things at this stage. So my understanding is that these are the compulsory steps. Ghusl: 1- Immerse whole body in water (Does a bath in the bathroom work?) OR 1- clean every najasat (semen) 2- Wash head to neck 3- Wash right side of body from shoulder to foot 4- Wash left side of body from shoulder to foot Wudu: 1- Niyya: I am seeking closeness to Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì 2- Wash face completely from forehead to chin using right hand 3- Wash right arm completely from elbow to finger-tips using left hand 4- Wash left arm completely from elbow to finger-tips using right hand Don't use extra water after here 5- Use right hand to wash from the top of your head till just before forehead 6- Use right hand to wash your right foot from toe-tips till ankle 7- Use left hand to wash your left foot from toe-tips till ankle Does any marjeh allow shower without wudu? Prayer: I- Rakah 1: 1- Niyya: I offer this [prayer-name] prayer [number-of-rak3at] rak3at seeking closeness to Allah 2- Stand. Lift hand to ear. AllahuAkbar 3- Arms down say Fatiha then Ikhlas 4- AllahuAkbar 5- Ruku3. Subahana rabiya al 3azeem wa bihamdih 6- Stand. Sami3a Allah li man hamida. AllahuAkbar 7- Sujud. Subhana rabiya al A3la wa bihamdih 8- Sit. AllahuAkbar 9- Repeat 7 and 8 II: Rakah 2: 1- Repeat step 2-9 from Rakah 1 2- Tashahud 3- In Fajr only: Finishing III: Rakah 3: 1- Repeat step 2-9 from Rakah 1 but in step 3 no Ikhlas. 2- In Maghrib only: Tashahud + Finishing IV: Rakah 4: 1- Repeat step 2-9 from Rakah 1 but in step 3 no Ikhlas. 2- Tashahud + Finishing #Tashahud: 1- Ashhadu ana la illaha ila Allah wahdahoo la sharika lahoo. 2- Ashhdu ana mohamadan abduhu wa Rasoolahu. 3- Allahuma Salli 3ala Mohamad w 3ala alee Mohamad. #Finishing: 1- Assalamu 3alayka ayuhu al nabiyo wa rahmatu Allahi wa barakatuh 2- Assalamu 3alayna wa 3ala 3ibadi Allah saleheen 3- Assalamu Alaykom wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu If i want to do missed prayers, do I have to say anything extra? Also do I have to do the missed prayer at the same timeslot of the actual prayer or at anytime? I would like from anyone to check if there is any mistake in them and answer the extra questions I have asked. Please make sure that I didn't miss any compulsory oral or physical action. Thank you
  21. Not Sure If Did Ghusl Or Not?

    About 3 days ago, I became najis due to coming in contact for a wet najis object. I immediately took a shower afterwards, but not sure if I performed the obligatory ghusl. I just remembered, and am not sure if all my prayers have been void or not. Do I need to perform ghusl again, and offer qadha prayers?
  22. Assalamualaykum, I have a question which has been bothering me since a while. Before doing ghusl janabat we have to clean our body right? So before we can do ghusl janabat do we have to remove all bodily oil(oil secreted by the body)?? Because my skin is extremely oily so I have to wash with soap twice. So do is it necessary to remove all the oil from the body. Thanks
  23. Salaams Brothers, I plan on inshallah leaving for Ziyarat in Iraq soon, and have been told that we will be having to complete ghusl with the water from River Furat - I hope someone could help me understand how to perform this ghusl? Look forward to your responses, Many thanks in advance, Zulfiqar_London786
  24. I reverted to Islam in December 2006. I have been doing ghusl wrong all these years by ignorance, not from laziness. I would make niyyat and wash my body, but never knew I had to wet my hair. So, because of my ignorance, do I have to do over, to make up and redo all my prayers of the past and all my fasts of the months of Ramadhan for the past 6 years? Jazakallah khairan for your answer! (wasalam)
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