Posted 27 July 2012 - 09:24 AM
Posted 27 July 2012 - 09:52 AM
There are some hadith that show that when the prophet would answer the call of nature he would make wudhu straight after. there is not a specific time you have to make wudhu for. Also in case you did not know if you made wudhu for Dhur and it had not been broken and the time for Asr came you can pray Asr with that same wudhu.
Posted 23 August 2012 - 08:44 AM
One of the best deeds I think that Allah Subhaanahu wa Ta'aala loves is praying at its time. So if Dhuhur time is 12:10PM, it's nice to pray Dhuhur salah not later than 12:30PM.
Allah knows best
Posted 23 August 2012 - 08:34 PM
You have to be in a state of wudu to pray obviously. But it does not really matter if you do wudu at when Dhuhr kicks in or before it. Dhuhr (the prayer) is valid from the time it starts until 'Asr-time. You can pray it between that time period. You don't have to pray Dhuhr 12:30 PM sharp. Obviously if you are praying in congregation, you should take into account when the congregation starts the prayer so you don't miss it.
Posted 27 August 2012 - 11:01 PM
The call of nature happens (tinkling or deficating)
Sexual intercourse (ghusl)
Or the basic release of semen (ghusl)
Touching ones bare privates
Or loosing ones consciousness such as intoxication, passing out or even sleeping (if you did the first one shame on you).
And eating camel meat (somewhat debated still)
But I still say to perform it before hand because it is better to be safe then sorry. I would always perform wudu before salah because I had a dog so I was just super careful. I do not let her lick me nor do I touch her when wet either (because my sister bathes her usually).
But usually one an stay in a state of wudu between Magrib and Isha do to their close proximity (if not you are one filthy fellow =D).
I am a clean person so I never found it hard to stay in a state of purity so it was easy for me.