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  2. One wife … Is it Enough?

    Michael: “Being brief and concise, the topic is that I believe that marriage should be monogamous for both sides. In other words, I believe that the polygamy, that Islam allows, is a kind of oppression meted out towards the woman, don't you agree with me?!” Yousef: “Which woman do you mean?” Michael (in surprise): “The woman! The wife! Is there any other woman in this relationship?!” Yousef: “As we previously agreed, to rightly discuss a topic it should be within a general framework in which all matters are arranged and all dimensions are considered.” Michael: “Well, How can this affect our topic?” Yousef: “It can affect it as when we discuss the polygamy, we should consider the woman’s interests, as the female sex; i.e. all women, and consider the society’s interests as a whole, and man’s interests, as well, and the differences between him and the woman.” Michael (interrupting): “Here we come to the origin of the oppression that is meted out towards the woman in your community: the differences between the man and the woman! These so called differences are values set by the males in your eastern community, in order to exploit women and use her for your own enjoyment. What are these differences (that you referred to)? Why doesn't the woman have the right to marry more than one man? Isn't that evidence of the men's lust in this community? Yousef: Wait... Wait… slow down, my friend.. You have thrown a fission bomb of questions at me which is prohibited in any conversation, and all of which I can't deal with at one time.. All of these will be discussed, but let's first break this bomb into pieces. Starting with what provokes you most: Don't you agree with me that there are differences between men and women? Michael: What differences? Yousef: For a start; the biological differences between the physical nature of women and men. Michael: Of course there are biological differences, what does this have to do with our topic? Yousef: I won't speak from a religious prospective, though I definitely believe in the necessity of accepting and admitting it (such a view), but I will speak from an intellectual and scientific prospective, which you have previously declared that you believe in. Look sir, l recently conducted scientific studies that prove that the chemistry behind love in man differs from that in woman. This urged many scientific institutions to intensively research the emotional differences between men and women. Researchers discovered astonishing results which denotes that the male genes induce polygamous relationships, whereas the female genes induce stability and monogamous relationships. Modern-day science has already proved that man can love more than one woman, without affecting his love for any of them. A CNN site cited on the authority of Lisa Diamond, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Utah, that there is biological evidence that plurality in sexual male relationships originates from the male physical structure. A team of researchers from the British Oxford University denoted in a study in 2007 that women, on the contrary to men, are mainly interested in their bodies or their children, because of their abundance of the hormone oxytocin, which increases their attachment to their children. New studies indicate that particular parts of men's brains grow to twice the size of that of women’s. Perhaps the greatest difference between the male and female brain is that men have a part which is responsible for sexual desire which is almost 2.5 times larger than that in women. Furthermore, do you think, my friend, that these differences should not have an influence on reality? To continue this dialogue, click on this link: https://www.path-2-happiness.com/en/dialogues-one-wife-is-it-enough
  3. 1- Washing of the hands three times before al-wudu’. 2- Using As-Siwak. 3- Washing the limbs three times, except the head and ears, which are to be wiped once 4- Starting from the right. 5- Lengthening the ‘place of light’, meaning that one should wash above the elbow and the ankles when permforming wudu’. 6- Parting the beard with the fingers so that water can reach the skin of the face beneath it. 7- Rubbing water in between the fingers and toes. 8- Rubbing water evenly and thoroughly over the body parts to be washed and not just pouring water over them. 9- Being conservative with the use of water. The Prophet ﷺ said: “Verily there will be from my nation those (followers) who exceed the bounds in wudu’,” [ narrated by Abu Dawud] - i.e. they will waste water when making wudu’. 10- Supplicating after wudu’. The Prophet ﷺ said, “There is not one of you who completes al-wudu then says ‘Ash hadu a la ilah illallah wahdahu la shareeka lahu wa ash hadu anna Mudammadan abduhu wa rasulahu, Alluhamma ij-alnee min at-tawwabeen wa ij-alnee min al-mutatahireen’ except that the eight doors of paradise are opened for him, and he can enter from any door he chooses (on the day of judgment).”[ narrated by At-Tirmidhi.] 11- Praying two raka’a after making wudu’. The Prophet ﷺ said, “Whoever makes wudu’ like I make wudu then stands and prays two raka’as of prayer without letting his thoughts wander, his past sins will be forgiven.” [ agreed upon.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/wudu-ablution
  4. What Was The Point Of This Islamic Forum Again?

    prayer is obligatory on every Muslim five times a day. prayer is the remedy from Allah for better wellbeing and wellness who offers it consistently. Therefore, it is simply the natural method to keep oneself healthy. prayer ought to be offered coolly, calmly, religiously and profoundly to get the most of its advantages.
  5. There is no happiness, peace or tranquility similar to that caused by monotheism. Allah says: {It is those who believe (in the Oneness of Allâh and worship none but Him Alone) and confuse not their belief with Zulm (wrong i.e. by worshipping others besides Allâh), for them (only) there is security and they are the guided.}(Al-An’âm:82) Thus, the more one’s monotheism is completed and perfected, the more he feels secure, tranquil and happy in this world and the Hereafter, because Allah widens his chest and fills it with pleasure and relief. On the other hand, polytheism - Allah forbid –brings misery and distress into one’s chest, as if he was ascending into the sky. Allah says: {And whomsoever Allâh wills to guide, He opens his breast to Islâm, and whomsoever He wills to send astray, He makes his breast closed and constricted, as if he is climbing up to the sky. Thus Allâh puts the wrath on those who believe not.}(Al-An’âm:125) source: https://www.path-2-happiness.com/en/the-path-to-happiness-the-path-to-happiness-the-causes-of-happiness
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  8. Prayer Times

    The prayer(Salat) times are: 1- Time for Fajr (dawn) prayer: From the appearance of the true dawn - the whiteness (white light) that appears from the direction of the east - until when the sun rises. 2- Time for Dhur (noon) prayer: From when the sun moves away from the meridian (post meridiem) until when the shadow of an object is up to its length, (i.e. this shadow is) after the first shadow cast by the sun before it changes direction away from the meridian. This is because every object casts its shadow towards the west and this diminishes continuously as the sun rises. Eventually the shadow seizes to diminish and thereafter starts to increase in length (elongate). The time when this elongation starts marks the midday (meridiem). 3- Time for ‘Asr prayer: From the end of the time of Dhur prayer until when the shadow of an object doubles its height (length), (i.e. this shadow is) after the first shadow cast by the sun before it changes direction away from the meridian. 4- Time for Maghrib (sunset) prayer: From the sunset until when the red glow disappears. The red glow is the red light which appears at the horizon during the course of the sun setting. 5- Time for ‘Isha prayer: From the end of Maghrib’s time until the middle of the night, since the Prophet ﷺ said: “…the time of Salat ul-‘Isha extends to the middle of the night.” [ Source: Muslim.] However, in this day and age the prayer times can be known easily through the use of prayer calendars. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/conditions-of-the-validity-of-salat
  9. How To Pray

    How to pray in Islam? How to pray effectively: The Prophet ﷺ said: “Pray as you have seen me pray.” [ Source: Bukhari.] It was reported on the authority of ‘A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) who said: “The Messenger of Allah used to begin the Salah by saying Allahu Akbar, and reciting Alhamdulillahi Rabbil’a’lameen. And he would, when making ruku’, neither raise his head nor lower it, but rather (maintain) a degree between the two. And he would, when rising up from ruku’, not prostrate until he had stood up completely. And he would, when rising up from prostration, not prostrate (again) until he had sat back completely. He would recite At-Tahiyyah at (the end of) every two rak’at. He would lay his left foot down while making the right foot upright (when in the sitting position). He used to prohibit the sitting posture of Shaytan, and a person outstretching their arms (on the ground) as a dog does when sitting. And he would end the prayer by saying As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum.” [ Source: Muslim.] Facing the Qiblah and Saying Takbeeratul Ihram (the initiating takbeer) - The one intending to perform Salat should stand facing the direction of the Qiblah, being fully aware that he is standing before Allah, The most High, and with utmost humility. - He then makes the intention in his heart to offer prayer, but it is not permissible to say this intention out loud, because that is an innovation. He (the Prophet) (may the prayers and peace be upon him) has said that actions are by their intention, and there is but for each man that which he has intended.[ Source: Agreed upon.] - Then he raises his hands to be level with his shoulders or ears, saying: “Allahu Akbar.” [ Source: Muslim.] - Then he places his right hand over his left on his chest, holding the left hand with the right. [ Source: Ahmad.] Commencement of the Prayer and the Recitation of Fatiha The person praying lowers his head and casts his gaze towards the place of prostration,[ Source: Bukhari.] then he says the opening supplication: “Subhanaka Allahumma wa bihamdika wa tabarakasmuka, wa ta’ala Jadduka, wa la ilaha ghayruka,” [ Source: Muslim.] meaning: Glorified be You Oh Allah, and Praises be to You, Blessed is Your Name. Exalted is Your Majesty, there is no God but You. - Then he says after that: “A’udhu billahi minash-shaytanir-Rajeem” meaning: I seek refuge in Allah from Satan, the accursed, “Bismillahi-r-Rahmanir-Raheem” meaning: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful. All these are to be said as gentle whispers. [ Source: Muslim.] After that, he recites Fatiha [ Source: Bukhari.] and thereafter says ‘Ameen.” Meaning: “O Allah, answer this (supplication).” - Following that, in the first two raka’at he recites a chapter, or any part of a chapter that is easy for him, from the Qur’an. He reads aloud in Fajr (dawn) prayer and the first two raka’at of Maghrib and Isha’. Bowing and Rising from it The person praying raises his hands and says “Allahu Akbar”, then bows, spreading his fingers out on his knees as if he is grabbing them. He makes his back and head level, and then says: “Subhana Rabbiyal Adheem” meaning: Glorified be my Lord, the Exalted (three times). [ Source: At-Tirmidhi.] Thereafter, he rises and says (if he is the imam or is praying alone): “Sami’Allahu liman hamidah,” [ Source: At-Tirmidhi.] meaning: Allah hears those who praise Him; and thereafter everybody (including the imam and ma′mum (those praying behind the imam) and also he who is praying alone) says: Rabbana wa lakal hamd. Mil′as-samaawati wa mil′al’rdhi wa mil′a maa shi’ta min shaiin ba’d.” [ Source: At-Tirmidhi.] Meaning: Our Lord, and to you be the praise. The heavens and the earth and what lies between them is filled with Your praises, and whatever else You wish is filled (with your praises). It is recommended to place one’s hands on the chest, as one had done while standing before bowing. Prostrating and Rising up from it The person observing the prayer says “Allahu Akbar” and falls into prostration, touching the ground first with his knees then the hands [ Source: Abu Dawud.] then his forehead and nose. He spreads his palms out flat on the ground besides his ears or shoulders. He places his fingers towards the Qiblah, lifting his arms up from the floor, his upper arm away from his sides [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] and his stomach away from his thighs. Following that he says: “Subhaana Rabbial A’la” Meaning: glorified be my Lord, the Most High (three times). He should supplicate much when he is prostrating. [ Source: Muslim.] He then raises his head saying; “Allahu Akbar”, without raising his hands, and sits by laying his left foot down (on the ground), but putting his right foot upright, with its toes facing the direction of the Qiblah. [ Source: Muslim.] He places his hands out flat on his thighs with the fingers facing the Qiblah, and says: “Allahumma-ghfirli warhamni wajburni wahdini warzuqni,” [ Source: At-Tirmidhi.] meaning “Oh Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, enrich me, guide me and provide for me.” Subsequently he says: “Allahu Akbar” and prostrates for the second time as he had done in the first prostration. He then raises his head saying: “Allahu Akbar” and sits for a short time. This sitting is called Jilsatul istiraha’ (a sitting to rest) as evidenced by the hadeeth of Malik bn Huwairith , while describing the Prophet’s ﷺ manner of prayer, saying: “He does not rise until he sits a (short) while.” [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] He then says “Allahu Akbar”, and rises to perform the second rak’ah, supporting himself with his hands. [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] He prays the second rak’ah as he did the first, but does not read any of the opening invocations which are read at the start of the prayer At-Tashahhud On finishing the first two raka’at, he sits to recite the first At-Tashahhud, laying his left foot on the ground and placing the right foot upright. He places his hands on his thighs, the left hand placed out flat, but as for the right hand, the little finger and the ring finger are clenched to his palm, with the middle finger and the thumb touching each other to form the shape of a circular ring, and the index finger raised. He points with the raised index finger while reciting the At-Tashahhud and also gazes at it, saying: Attahiyyatu lillahi was salawaatu, wattayyibaatu, assalaamu ‘alaika ayyuhan-nabiyyu wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu, assalaamu ‘alaina wa ‘ala ‘ibadillahis saaliheen. Ash-hadu an la illaha illallahu wa ash-hadu anna Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa Rasoooluhu.” [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] Meaning: “All salutations are due to Allah, and all prayers and good words (are due to Him). Peace be upon you, O’ Prophet, and the Mercy of Allah and His Blessings. Peace be upon us and the righteous servants of Allah. I bear witness that there is no deity worthy of worship but Allah, and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger.” Then he rises – if it is more than a two raka’at prayer – saying “Allahu Akbar” and raising his hands as he does so. He does not recite anything in the remaining rak’ah(s) except Fatiha. He sits in a tawarruk posture [ Source: Abu Dawud.] during the last at-Tashahhud. What is meant by this is that the left foot is placed so as to appear on the right side, from under the right leg, while it (the left leg) is laid on the floor. He sits on his buttocks while the right foot is upright, and he recites what was related in the first at-Tashahhud, but adds the following: “Allahumma salli ‘ala Muhammadin wa ‘ala aali Muhammadin, kama sallaita ‘ala Ibraheema wa ‘ala aali Ibraheema, innaka Hameedun Majeed. Allahumma baarik ‘ala Muhammadin wa ‘ala aali Muhammadin, kama baarakta ‘ala Ibraheeema wa ‘ala aali Ibraheema, innaka Hameedun Majeed.” [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] Meaning: “Oh Allah, bestow your favor on Muhammad and upon the household of Muhammad as you have bestowed your favor upon Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem. Verily, You are Full of praises, Most Glorious. Oh Allah, bless Muhammad and the household of Muhammad as you have blessed Ibraheem and the family of Ibraheem. Verily, You are Full of praises, Most Glorious.” Then he says: ”Allahumma inni a‘udhu bika min ‘adhabi Jahannama, wa min ‘adhabil qabri, wa min fitnatil mahya wal mamaati, wa min sharri fitnatil maseehid-dajjal.”[ Source: Al-Bukhari.] Meaning: “Oh Allah, I seek refuge in you from the punishment of the Hellfire, from the punishment of the grave, from the trials of life and death, and the evil of the false Messiah.” Saying the Salam At the end of the prayer the person says Salam to the right saying: “As-salamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullah.” [ Source: Muslim.] Following that he repeats it to his left . Some Athkar (words of remembrance and supplication) said after Salah - “Astaghfirullah” (three times), “Allahumma antas-Salamu waminkas-salamu, tabaarakta yaa thal-Jalali wal-Ikram.” [ Source: Muslim.] Meaning: I seek the forgiveness of Allah (to be said three times). O Allah, You are As-Salam (The One Who is free from all defects and deficiencies) and from You is all peace. Blessed are You, O Possessor of Majesty and Honour. - ”La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahul-mulku wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer. Allahumma la mani‘a lima a‘tayta wala mu’tiya ‘lima mana‘ta, wa la yanfa’u dhal jaddi minkal jaddu.” [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] Meaning: There is no God but Allah alone. He has no partner. His is the Dominion and His is all the Praise, and He is capable of all things. Oh Allah, there is none who can prohibit what You have given, and none who can give what You have prohibited, and wealth can not avail any wealthy person against Your Will and Decisions. “La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahulmulku, wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli shayin qadeer. La haola wala quwwata illa billah, La ilaha illallahu, wala na ‘budu illa iyyahu, lahun ni’matu walahul fadhlu, wa lahuth-thanaa’ul hasanu, la ilaha illallahu mukh-liseena lahud-deena wa lau karihal kaafiroon.” [ Source: Muslim.] Meaning: There is no God but Allah alone, He has no partner, His is the Dominion and His is all the Praise and He is capable of all things. There is no power and might except that of Allah. There is no god but Allah, and we shall not worship other than Him. All good praises are due to Him. There is no God but Allah; we reserve our devotion purely for Him, though the disbelievers may detest it. “Subhana llahi, wal hamdu lillahi, wallahu akbar” (thirty-three times each), “La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer.” [ Source: Muslim.] Meaning: Glorified be Allah, and praises are due to Allah, and Allah is the greatest (thirty-three times). There is no God but Allah alone. He has no partner, His is the Dominion, and His is all the Praise and He is capable of all things. - “Allahumma a’inni ‘ala thikrika, wa shukrika, wa husni ‘ibaadatika.” [ Source: Abu Dawud.] Meaning: O Allah, help me to remember You, to give You thanks and to be Your good servant. - Recitation of Ayatul-kursiy, suratul Ikhlas, al- Falaq, and an-Nas. [ Source: An-Nasaee.] He also says: “Allahumma inni as′aluka ‘ilman nafian warizqan toyyiban wa ‘amalan mutaqaballan,” [ Source: Ibn Majah.] after saying tasleem in the fajr prayers. Meaning: O Allah, I ask You for knowledge that is of benefit, a good provision and (to be able to do) deeds that will be accepted. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/description-of-salat-islamic-prayer
  10. Non-obligatory Voluntary Fasting These include all forms of optional fasts that are performed in order to be closer to Allah, the Exalted. Supererogatory fasts comprise great virtues and magnificent rewards. In a Qudsi hadeeth reported by Abu Hurayrah, the Prophet ﷺ said: “Indeed every righteous deed by the son of Adam is rewarded from ten to seven hundred times, but Allah Almighty says: ‘Fasting is an exception. This is because it is for Me and I shall reward (the one who fasts) accordingly.’” [ Agreed upon.] Days on which Voluntary Fasting is Recommended The bright days in every month The bright days These are the 13th, 14th and 15th days of every Islamic month. They are referred to as bright days because their nights are brightened by the light of the moon. It is authenticated that Abd al-Malik ibn al-Minhal conveyed from his father that the Prophet ﷺ ordered them to fast the three “bright” days. He said, “It is [equivalent] to fasting the entire month.” [ Source: Ibn Habban.] - Fasting on Monday and Thursday of every week Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet ﷺ said: “Deeds are reported to Allah Almighty on every Monday and Thursday; and I like that my deeds are reported while I am fasting.” [ Source: Tirmidhi.] - Fasting on alternative days The best form of supererogatory fast is the fast of Prophet Dawud (peace be upon him). He used to fast a day and take a break the next day. Abdullah ibn ‘Amr reported the Prophet ﷺ to have said: “The best form of fasting is the fasting of Dawud (peace be upon him); he used to fast a day and take a break on the next (day).” [ Source: An-Nasaii.] source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/voluntary-fasting-and-non-obligatory-supererogatory-fasting
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  13. How to pray in Islam?

    How to pray effectively? Facing the Qiblah and Saying Takbeeratul Ihram (the initiating takbeer) Commencement of the Prayer and the Recitation of Fatiha Bowing and Rising from it Prostrating and Rising up from it At-Tashahhud Saying the Salam Some Athkar (words of remembrance and supplication) said after Salah - “Astaghfirullah” (three times), “Allahumma antas-Salamu waminkas-salamu, tabaarakta yaa thal-Jalali wal-Ikram.” [ Source: Muslim.] - ”La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahul-mulku wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer. Allahumma la mani‘a lima a‘tayta wala mu’tiya ‘lima mana‘ta, wa la yanfa’u dhal jaddi minkal jaddu.” [ Source: Al-Bukhari.] “La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahulmulku, wa lahul hamdu wa huwa ‘ala kulli shayin qadeer. La haola wala quwwata illa billah, La ilaha illallahu, wala na ‘budu illa iyyahu, lahun ni’matu walahul fadhlu, wa lahuth-thanaa’ul hasanu, la ilaha illallahu mukh-liseena lahud-deena wa lau karihal kaafiroon.” [ Source: Muslim.] “Subhana llahi, wal hamdu lillahi, wallahu akbar” (thirty-three times each), “La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la shareeka lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamd wa huwa ‘ala kulli shay’in qadeer.” [ Source: Muslim.] - “Allahumma a’inni ‘ala thikrika, wa shukrika, wa husni ‘ibaadatika.” [ Source: Abu Dawud.] - Recitation of Ayatul-kursiy, suratul Ikhlas, al- Falaq, and an-Nas. [ Source: An-Nasaee.] He also says: “Allahumma inni as′aluka ‘ilman nafian warizqan toyyiban wa ‘amalan mutaqaballan,” [ Source: Ibn Majah.] after saying tasleem in the fajr prayers. Meaning: O Allah, I ask You for knowledge that is of benefit, a good provision and (to be able to do) deeds that will be accepted. An Issue A woman is like a man with regards to the manners of prayers, in every way. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/description-of-salat-islamic-prayer
  14. 1- Conditions of zakat : The Nisab is required to be more than what is necessary for the basic needs of man e.g. feeding, clothing, shelter etc. This is because Zakat has been ordained as a support for the poor. It is therefore important that the payer of Zakat is not in need himself. 2- The Nisab must completely belong to a particular individual. Zakah is not paid from money or property that does not belong to a specific person. For example, money that was contributed towards building a mosque, an endowment set aside for the well-being of a community, or properties in the treasuries of welfare or philantropic organizations. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/rules-of-zakat-in-islam-and-its-conditions#ix6
  15. 1- Conditions of zakat : The Nisab is required to be more than what is necessary for the basic needs of man e.g. feeding, clothing, shelter etc. This is because Zakat has been ordained as a support for the poor. It is therefore important that the payer of Zakat is not in need himself. 2- The Nisab must completely belong to a particular individual. Zakah is not paid from money or property that does not belong to a specific person. For example, money that was contributed towards building a mosque, an endowment set aside for the well-being of a community, or properties in the treasuries of welfare or philantropic organizations. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/rules-of-zakat-in-islam-and-its-conditions#ix6
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  22. Pure Leftover Water

    purification in Islam 1-Leftover water from a human being: It is reported “that the Prophet ﷺ used to drink from what A’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) had drunk while she was menstruating, and he used to put his mouth on the place where she drank from.”[ narrated by Muslim.] 2-Leftover water from a cat: The Prophet ﷺ said of the cat that drank from a container: “It (the cat) is not impure. It is merely one of your companions who frequently wanders amongst you.” [ narrated by At-Tirmidhi.] 3-Leftover water from animals whose consumption is permissible, as well as mules, donkeys, carnivores, hunting birds and their likes. It is pure. This is because the basis of all things is purity when there is no evidence proving otherwise. It is well known that the Prophet ﷺ used to ride donkeys as did others during his time. This proves that donkeys are not impure. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/leftover-water
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  24. Sihr/jinn possession

    Selam alejkum to everyone i am suffering from sihr jinn Possession for years i would like to share any idea or ruqyahs plans any one who is afflicted or any muslim who knows about ruqyah.
  25. Can someone please help with the count of the first part of the surah? I can't get to 29. I was able to count to 26. I did count hamza and alif as two letters but that didn't help. Thanks
  26. It was narrated that a man performed wudu’ but left a patch around his feet unwashed. When the Prophet ﷺ saw this, he said: “Return and perfect your wudu’.” Then he (the man) returned and thereafter prayed. [ narrated by Muslim.] Imperfections in Wudu’ Include: 1- Not washing the ankles. 2- Not washing the elbows as a result of tight cloths. 3- Not washing the part between the ears and beard. 4- Not washing the left palm together with the back of the left hand. 5- Performing wudu’ while having grease on the parts to be washed which is enough to stop the water from reaching the skin. 6- A female performing wudu’ when she has some form of beautification on her hands that prevents water from touching the skin. 7- Not rubbing between the fingers and the toes when water doesn’t go smoothly between them. 8- Wiping the neck. This is not part of wudu’ but when the need arises it should be done before or after wudu’. 9- Reading unislamic supplications like those specific to washing each limb, or like saying “zamzam!” to someone who has performed wudu’. source: https://www.al-feqh.com/en/wudu-ablution
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