Discussion in 'Islamic Discussion' started by Kakorot, Oct 7, 2011.
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Jazakillahu khayran sister. I understand it now.
i'm not to sure about having to perform wudu if you touched a non-mahram. i do know that any touching of excrement or touching of genitalia does negate one's wudu.
Sister, why do you think sins invalidate Wudoo'?
Can you tell me who held this view?
it's common knowledge that if we touch:
urine or feces
awaken from deep sleep
we need to perform wudu if we are going to engage in the salah after these things happen. we can't even perform salah if we have urine or feces on our clothing. this is WUDU 101
There are some scholars of the opinion that if small amounts of urine get on clothing, fresh water can be sprinkled on them.
So if someone commits a sin, their wudhu is still valid? That's new to me.
Wa `alaykum salaam wa rahmatullaah
Erm, no it is not akhee. I am asking about touching excrements and that invalidating your wudoo'.
So for example, if I have wudoo' and for some reason dog faeces fell on my hand. Do I need to do Wudoo' again or do I need to just wash that area where the dog faeces came in contact with?
Think about it sis, how about some sins we commit unknowingly? we would always be left constantly second guessing our wudu, sometimes we find out only later that a certain action was sinful so what then?..this is a very impractical concept.
Alhamdulillaah this deen is practical and realistic.
^ Zat is very true.
Although, logic isn't our measurement for right and wrong and can't be applied to every case within our Deen (wiping over socks?), and so isn't a proof in itself.
In this situation however, it is very true that given the fact that we sin by night and day, we'd have quite a hard time keeping our wudoo' at all if this were the case - and I've never come across any hadeeth or opinion which states that it would invalidate wudoo', and I don't think there is one.
This is as far as I know, if you come across anything which might have given you that idea sis, you can bring it up and it can be looked into?
Wa 'alaykum salam.
Oh yeah, I've never thought of it that way but that's unintentional sins. What if someone intentionally commits sins in the state of wudhu?
Say someone has wudhu and purposely commits all the major sins (except zina, rape as wudhu would break obviously), their wudhu won't be valid?
But if no-one can answer, don't worry about it.
Please don't address me as a 'boy'. I'm a grown man who has his own opinions. Sister, I also don't appreciate you threatening me... The moderators are too strict for their own good. May Allah forgive you people. They delete threads left and right and I have a right to be angry.
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