Does touching private parts invalidate ghusl


  • What Breaks Wudu In Islam?
  • Ruling on invalidation of Wudu upon touching the private parts – alifta
  • Islam For Reverts: Things That Invalidate Your Wudu (Ablution) & Things That Don’t
  • Is it true that Wudu gets broken, if one touches their private parts with their bare hands?
  • Things That Revoke Wudu
  • Does Touching One’s Private Part Invalidate Wudu?
  • What Breaks Wudu In Islam?

    These three are: Anything that passes from the private parts such as urine, gas and stool. Excluded from that would be the semen as it requires a ghusl, or a full shower. Sleeping that leaves someone unconscious. Mentally incapacitated. Examples of that would be like mentally ill, unconscious, drunk, or any status that leaves the person mentally incapacitated or compromised. These examples are in the same category under sleeping. The other eight that scholars differed in opinion are: Touching the private area without a shield.

    According to the school of Hanafiah it does not void your Wudu. Because of the two narrations of the Hadiths, school of Malekiah considers it preferred to make Wudu but not obligated in such case. The Hadith that tells Muslims to make Wudu is considered as urging Muslims to do that only because of the other Hadith that relates that one does not need to. According to the school of Hanafiah, the large amount of blood over a drop or two that flows on the skin voids your Wudu, and the area itself should be cleaned from blood as well.

    Also they support through a Hadith that Abbad Ibn Bishr was hit by arrows while praying and he kept praying. According to the school of Hanafiah, any excessive amount of vomiting will void Wudu. According to Imam Shafei, there is no direct Hadith that says vomiting voids Wudu. The previous Hadith is understood as it is preferred only to make Wudu. Touching the other gender.

    According to the school of Shafeiah, simple touching of a female by a male would void the Wudu. Most other scholars do not interpret the verse as to mean simply just touching but rather in an intimate way. Hadith narrated by Imam Ahmad. School of Hanafiah rule that Wudu will be voided only if an almost intimate relation is reached. School of Malikiyyah and Hanabelah rule that wudu will be voided if pleasure was felt when touching other gender. Laughing during Salah.

    The school of Hanafiah considers that laughing during Salah would void your Salah and your Wudu. Eating camel meat, according to school of Hanabelah, will void your Wudu. Washing dead people would void your wudu according to school of Hanabelah. They support their claim that it was narrated that Ibn Omar and Ibn Abbas used to order those who wash dead people to make wudu afterwards. Other schools do not support that view. Uncertainty about wudu, according to school of Malikiyyah.

    The conclusion in their ruling is that if the person was certain that he had wudu but unsure if he lost it, then he is still on wudu.

    But if the person was uncertain if he had made wudu from the beginning then he needs to make wudu. By Sh. Kifah Mustapha.

    Ruling on invalidation of Wudu upon touching the private parts – alifta

    This article has been written to explain what invalidates Wadu. It is a part of a bigger series that are we at Hidden Pearls have doing for our revert brothers and sisters in order for them to easily learn about Islam. We hope you are able to gain some valuable information from it.

    Do check out our other articles in the Islam for Reverts series. Different schools of thought vary widely on this issue unfortunately. We have tried to present both sides of opinion and thus trying to empower you to make the decision.

    Also we ask for forgiveness from our creator Allah swt if we have got anything wrong. The purpose article is simple, sisters have been asking us what types of things invalidate Wadu, and we decided to write this article in order to help you understand this better. Wadu needs to be done each time any of these actions take place. However it is important to note that we should give into waswasas!

    Periods break wadu. Once you are on your period your wadu is broken. Some women will do wadu during their period, but seeing as periods break wadu its kind of pointless doing this.

    I would like to make an important point here. Periods are different to bleeding in between periods. Some women can bleed in between periods due to an illness, due to taking contraceptive tablets or some other medical reasons. This bleeding is ignored as the Prophet Saw has said that this would be seen as a vein bleeding and not your period.

    However, each time you bleed you need to do wadu. Basically same principle as urine, discharge. Yes it can be a nightmare but it needs to be done. Blood — this is a major issue people a lot of people stress over and trust me there was a time I would panic over a spot of blood trying to decide whether I should pray or wait for it to go away.

    I would seriously spend ages trying to get the blood to stop so that I could pray, and at times I would even miss my prayers. If your blood flows from where-ever the cut is, it is impure and you have to do wadu again when it stops according to lot of Islamic scholars. However, if it is bleeding for a long time and you risk missing prayers, then put a bandage and do wadu over it. A CUT that does not have blood flowing but sits against your skin will not break your wadu!

    By the way, pus has the same ruling as blood. Just to make an important point here, there is a strong difference of opinion about this as it was missed in the video above. This is the general consensus among the scholars. However bleeding from other parts of the body is where the ruling is not crystal clear. Scholars of the latter school of thought mention praying of sahabas such as Ameer ul Momineen Umar ra while he was bleeding.

    Mind you, even a little vomit can have some people doing wadu again. But just to repeat, it needs to be a mouthful. Eating camel meat, requires doing Wadu after it. Some of the scholars differentiated between touching the private part with desire and without desire.

    In any case just touching your husband or wife, or kissing and hugging does not break it unless you emit some sort of discharge. Trust me the first time I heard this I ended up laughing Kissing or hugging your wife or husband does not invalidate wadu unless you do so with desire and there is a discharge as a result. Cutting your nails does not break wadu.

    Crying does not break wadu. I hope this has helped you guys better understand what things break wadu. If you have any questions or comments please leave them below and we will get back to you. Check out other Revert Series Articles as well if you are interested in learning more about Salah.

    Islam For Reverts: Things That Invalidate Your Wudu (Ablution) & Things That Don’t

    Is it true that Wudu gets broken, if one touches their private parts with their bare hands?

    Basically same principle as urine, discharge. Yes it can be a nightmare but it needs to be done. Blood — this is a major issue people a lot of people stress over and trust me there was a time I would panic over a spot of blood trying to decide whether I should pray or wait for it to go away.

    I would seriously spend ages trying to get the blood to stop so that I could pray, and at times I would even miss my prayers. If your blood flows from where-ever the cut is, it is impure and you have to do wadu again when it stops according to lot of Islamic scholars.

    However, if it is bleeding for a long time and you risk missing prayers, then put a bandage and do wadu over it. A CUT that does not have blood flowing but sits against your skin will not break your wadu! By the way, pus has the same ruling as blood.

    Things That Revoke Wudu

    Just to make an important point here, there is a strong difference of opinion about this as it was missed in the video above. This is the general consensus among the scholars.

    However bleeding from other parts of the body is where the ruling is not crystal clear. Scholars of the latter school of thought mention praying of sahabas such as Ameer ul Momineen Umar ra while he was bleeding. Mind you, even a little vomit can have some people doing wadu again. But just to repeat, it needs to be a mouthful. Eating camel meat, requires doing Wadu after it. Some of the scholars differentiated between touching the private part with desire and without desire.

    In any case just touching your husband or wife, or kissing and hugging does not break it unless you emit some sort of discharge. Trust me the first time I heard this I ended up laughing Kissing or hugging your wife or husband does not invalidate wadu unless you do so with desire and there is a discharge as a result. Cutting your nails does not break wadu. Crying does not break wadu. According to the school of Hanafiah, any excessive amount of vomiting will void Wudu. According to Imam Shafei, there is no direct Hadith that says vomiting voids Wudu.

    The previous Hadith is understood as it is preferred only to make Wudu. Touching the other gender. According to the school of Shafeiah, simple touching of a female by a male would void the Wudu. Most other scholars do not interpret the verse as to mean simply just touching but rather in an intimate way.

    Hadith narrated by Imam Ahmad.

    Does Touching One’s Private Part Invalidate Wudu?

    School of Hanafiah rule that Wudu will be voided only if an almost intimate relation is reached. School of Malikiyyah and Hanabelah rule that wudu will be voided if pleasure was felt when touching other gender. Laughing during Salah. The school of Hanafiah considers that laughing during Salah would void your Salah and your Wudu. Eating camel meat, according to school of Hanabelah, will void your Wudu. Washing dead people would void your wudu according to school of Hanabelah.

    They support their claim that it was narrated that Ibn Omar and Ibn Abbas used to order those who wash dead people to make wudu afterwards.

    Other schools do not support that view. Uncertainty about wudu, according to school of Malikiyyah.


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