According to the Hanafi scholars, anything that exits from the private parts invalidates one’s wudhu, regardless of whether it is filth (najis) or not.
Praise be to Allah.
Jan 23, 1998 · Answer. ago.
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. Praise be to Allah. But, it is forbidden to look at women’s private parts, except of the wives.
Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds; and may His blessings and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his Family and Companions. 2- The opinion which carries more weight is that touching women with lust breaks wudu ( ablution ). 2.
After doing Ghusl-e-Janabat is it true that wudu is not necessary. Jan 23, 1998 · Answer.
. If a woman touches her husband’s penis with desire, it invalidates her wudu, but if it is without desire, then it does not invalidate it.
. According to Ibn Taymiyyah, the third view is believed to be the most correct.
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Jul 12, 2021 · While some scholars see that a Muslim who touches his private parts should renew his ablution ( wudu) to be eligible for the prayers, others are of the opinion that if one touches it with desire, he has to do ablution, and if he does that without desire, he does not have to do ablution.
According to Ibn Taymiyyah, the third view is believed to be the most correct. Nov 24, 2020 · Answer: Thank you for your important question. ” [End of quote] 3- A woman touching her vagina; this is the view of the Maaliki, Shaafi'i and Hanbali Schools.
* If this is the case, then when performing Ghusl, if one makes wudu at the start, and happens to touch the private parts during the course of the shower (of which a good possibility exists), this will have to be repeated. 3. Praise be to Allah. . The Hanafis only consider it a nullifier when it is touching together of the private parts with desire and without a barrier. TheTrainedArmy • 7 mo.
it would not invalidate one’s ablution to touch a scrotum, but rather only the penis, Shafi'i.
. There are three views: 1-.
TheTrainedArmy • 7 mo.