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KnowledgeSeeker36 reacted to starlight in Common Errors in Ghusl, Wuddhu and Salat
Yes, that's what Sistani says too.
It depends, The natural henna that comes straight from the plants, leaves only a stain on the skin that does not form a barrier to water. There are other things being sold in the market now under the name of henna which have other artificial things added to them. As a general rule, if it forms a barrier to the passage of water it would make the wudhu void.
KnowledgeSeeker36 got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Common Errors in Ghusl, Wuddhu and Salat
When washing the arms, only one pour of the water is sufficient for each arm? (I’m not asking about the actual washing from the hands to the fingertips) rather how many times we can pour water to wash our hands. I thought once was fine, and then the second is mustahab, and the third would make whudu void. Unless I’m wrong. (I also do taqleed of Khamenei and not Sistani, I was just reading your blog).