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Tayammum Pad with Dust for Dry Ablution

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Amin • Forgetfulness prostration • Kathir al-Shakk • Turbah • Doubts • al-Qasr Prayer • al-Shahada al-Thalitha • Istijari (hired) Prayer • Loudness and Quietness • Prayer of caution • Essentials of Prayer • The seven body parts of prostration • Tawarruk The Islamic calendar, also known as the Hijri calendar, is a lunar calendar used by Muslims to date events and religious observances. It is based ... Question: If someone has a problem with his hand and thus has doubts about the validity of his tayammum because he thinks that some part is usually left untouched, what should he do?

Several people can do tayammum on the same soil because soil and the like do not become musta'mal (used) when they are used for tayammum. The dust that falls from the hands and face after tayammum is considered musta’mal. When there is sufficient water, but we can’t use it, due to disability, or fear for our safety, honour, or our belongings.It is not permissible. When the hands are put on things with which tayammum is not permissible, such as tissue, clothes, or cushions, if the hands become dusty with the fine dust particles (that comes) from earthen things with which tayammum is permissible, or with ashes, or if the dust (of soil) flies about in the air when an item is shaken out, tayammum can be done with them. The case is not so with dust particles resting on house furniture. Tayammum cannot be done with it. Tayammum can be performed with any sort of clean earthen thing even if there is no dust on it. All perfect praise be to Allaah, The Lord of the Worlds. I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allaah, and that Muhammad, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, is His Slave and Messenger. Question: My 80-year-old grandmother has difficulty in making wudu' by herself and fears that, if she makes wudu', she may fall down and injure some part of her body. Can she do tayammum for wudu'?

If a non-Muslim makes wudu' and then converts to Islam, he or she can perform salat with it. However, if he or she does tayammum and then converts to Islam, he or she cannot offer salat with it because the niyyah of a non-Muslim is not valid, like that of an apostate, nor is his or her tayammum. As for the niyyah in wudu', it is not an obligatory element of wudu'. (Nimat-i Islam) By providing different rulings for different situations, Islamic Law ensures that its injunctions are easy to carry out under all circumstances. Prayer is one of the most important pillars of Islam, and purification is one of the conditions for its validity. There are times when a person has to pray, but on account of illness or travel, will not be able to use water to perform the prescribed ablution. For this situation, Islam has prescribed dry ablution, where pure earth is used instead of water.

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Question: If one does tayammum without asking someone else whether there is water available and performs salat with it and then sees that there was water available, will one have to repeat that salat? According to the Maliki Madhhab, it is permissible to do tayammum with snow and ice. One can follow the Maliki Madhhab if need be. If the Maliki Madhhab had not shown a way out either and if it were not possible for one to do tayammum for any reason whatsoever, one would delay wudu' and ghusl until one gets water. First, one must intend to purify oneself from janabat (major ritual impurity) or from the state of being without wudu'. Question: Supposing a person is on a piece of open land and the weather is extremely cold. If he knows that he will fall ill if he takes ghusl, what should he do? Iman e Mujmal is the summary of faith in Islam. It is a statement of belief in one God, Allah, and His Messenger, Muhammad ﷺ. ...

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