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Are my prayers valid ?

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Salaam,

Ok so here is my question: I was shaving a part of my body, and later continued my day normally, praying 'Asr, and later Maghrib and 'Isha. The next morning, I found out there was some blood on the clothing that covered the part of the body that I shaved. So I washed that part of my body, changed clothes, and later performed wudu and prayed Subh. Are my asr, maghrib and isha prayers valid ? If they weren't, then should I pray only these 3 prayers (asr, maghrib and isha) qada, or should I repeat the subh prayer as well ?

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A little edit: now that I remember, it wasn't next morning that I found out, it was the same day but very late at night, just before going to sleep (~11 pm). So I washed that part of my body, changed clothes, and went to sleep. The next morning I prayed subh normally and continued with my day, but the question remains the same.

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If the blood was on a part of the body that is to be washed in wudu', then the wudu' is invalid which, as a result, makes the prayers performed with such a wudu' invalid as well. The prayers would need to be performed as qadha'. If the blood was anywhere else then the wudu' as well as the prayers are valid. As for the subh prayer, since you purified yourself before performing wudu', it is valid.

 

Ruling 1251. If during or after prayers one learns that his wuḍūʾ or ghusl was invalid, or that he started performing prayers without wuḍūʾ or ghusl, he must perform the prayer again with wuḍūʾ or ghusl; and if the time for the prayer has expired, he must make it up.

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2247/

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9 hours ago, Muhammad Al-Hurr said:

If the blood was on a part of the body that is to be washed in wudu', then the wudu' is invalid which, as a result, makes the prayers performed with such a wudu' invalid as well. The prayers would need to be performed as qadha'. If the blood was anywhere else then the wudu' as well as the prayers are valid. As for the subh prayer, since you purified yourself before performing wudu', it is valid.

 

Ruling 1251. If during or after prayers one learns that his wuḍūʾ or ghusl was invalid, or that he started performing prayers without wuḍūʾ or ghusl, he must perform the prayer again with wuḍūʾ or ghusl; and if the time for the prayer has expired, he must make it up.

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2247/

Salam, are you any other type of blood beside haydh require ghusl too or no? 

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2 hours ago, Guest Islam said:

Salam, are you any other type of blood beside haydh require ghusl too or no? 

Salam,

The blood that comes out after giving birth to a child requires ghusl. Istihadha mutawassitah (medium istihadha) requires one ghusl to be performed daily. It is necessary to perform wudu' for every prayer and to purify yourself. Istihadha kathirah (excessive istihadha) requires one ghusl to be performed for each set of prayers (i.e., one ghusl or subh prayers, one ghusl for dhuhr and asr prayers, and one ghusl for maghrib and isha' prayers). If you perform dhuhr or maghrib prayers and then delay performing asr or isha' prayers afterwards, then you must also do ghusl for asr prayers or isha' prayers as well.

You can look at these sources:

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2170/

https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2175/

Page 88, http://wahidkhorasani.com/data/books/islamic laws.pdf

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