Exploring the intricacies of Wudu, the Islamic ritual ablution, this article discusses what actions or bodily discharges may invalidate the cleanliness required for prayer and worship.
Does a women’s discharge break wudu?
Please read the answer below for more clarity on this issue: Clear [or white] vaginal discharge does not invalidate your ritual ablution (wudu) as it is legally considered to be akin to a form of sweating.
Does touching your wife break wudu?
It is clear from this evidence that touching those women whom Allah allows us to have contact with does not break our wudu’. As for the term lamastum, Ibn `Abbas states that whenever lamastum is used by Allah in the Qur’an in reference to males and females, it specifically means sexual intercourse.
What intimacy breaks wudu?
Summary of answer If a man kisses his wife or touches her hand or hugs her but he does not emit anything, then his wudu is not invalidated and it remains as it is. But if madhiy or maniy come out of him as a result of kissing her, then his wudu is invalidated.
Does ovulation break wudu?
Cervical mucus during ovulation nullifies the wudu in the Shafi’i school, and it is known that it does not come from the same source as arousal discharge. She must renew her ablution if it exits and it is impure, the ruling is the same for arousal discharge (madhy).
Does touching sperm break wudu?
(Fatwa: 362/148/L=1433) (1) One does not become impure by touching nijasah (semen, ovum, blood etc), so one is not required to have bath. However it is necessary to wash the part of hand that is smeared with nijasah.
Does sperm on clothes break wudu?
Semen is considered by scholars to have no impurity, because God states that He has honored mankind. It is not possible that with such honor, He would create them from a material that is impure. This means that if semen falls on one’s clothes, it does not affect the validity of one’s prayers.