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What are the Imperfections in the performance of wudu?

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Imperfections in wudu

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’.

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