Things that nullify one's ablution The things that nullify the ablution are eight.
Making wudoo inside the bathroom What is the ruling, the one who makes wudoo inside the bathroom, is his wudoo permissible?
Etiquette of the ritual bath (Ghusl) Ghusl is the Arabic word for washing, specifically washing the entire body with water in a prescribed manner.
Ablution (Wudoo’) “O you who believe! When you intend to offer the prayer, wash your faces and from your hands up to the elbows, wipe your heads, and wash your feet up to the ankles.”
Manners of relieving oneself Something as mundane as relieving oneself is tied to a Muslim’s sense of cleanliness and modesty.
Wiping over socks Four conditions must be met for wiping over socks to be valid.
Tayammum (dry ablution) A summarised study of tayammum (dry ablution), its method of performance, permissibility and nullification.
Angel spending night with you if sleeping with wudoo There is no servant who spends the night in a state of purification except that an angel spends the night with him.
Considering the unusual body discharge as a nullifier of Al-Wudoo If the Wudoo’ nullifier gets out from its unusual path - from the belly for example - is it considered as a nullifier?
Purification bath for woman in menses who becomes Janaaba If a woman, in her menstrual cycle, gets into a “Janaaba” must she have a greater ablution? Or does she wait till she gets clean from the menses and have two greater ablutions?