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2. Purification (Ṭahārah)

Jabīrah’ refers to the thing with which a wound or a break in a bone is bandaged, and to medication that is applied to a wound, etc.

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  • Ruling 323

    If on one of the parts of the body on which wuḍūʾ is performed there is a wound, boil, or broken bone, in the event that it is uncovered and water is not harmful for the person, he must …

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  • Ruling 324

    If a wound, boil, or broken bone is on one’s face or arms, and it is uncovered, and pouring water over it is harmful, then the area around the wound or boil must be washed from top to …

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  • Ruling 325

    If a wound, boil, or broken bone is on the front part of the head, or on the feet, and it is uncovered, then in the event that one is unable to wipe it – meaning that the …

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  • Ruling 326

    If a boil, wound, or broken bone is covered, and uncovering it is possible without causing excessive difficulty, and water is not harmful for the person, then he must uncover it and perform wuḍūʾ, irrespective of whether the …

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  • Ruling 327

    If a wound, boil, or broken bone that is covered is on the face or arms, in the event that it is harmful to uncover and pour water over it, one must wash as much of the area …

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  • Ruling 328

    If it is not possible to uncover a wound but the wound and the thing that has been placed over it are pure, and if making water reach the wound is possible and not harmful, then one must …

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  • Ruling 329

    If the jabīrah completely covers one of the parts of the body on which wuḍūʾ is performed, then performing jabīrah wuḍūʾ is sufficient. However, if the jabīrah covers all or most of the parts of the body on which wuḍūʾ is performed, …

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  • Ruling 330

    It is not necessary for the jabīrah to be made of something that one is permitted to wear when performing prayers. Therefore, if the jabīrah is made of silk or parts of an animal whose meat is unlawful to eat, …

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  • Ruling 331

    If someone has a jabīrah on the palm of his hand or on his fingers, and at the time of performing wuḍūʾ he draws his wet hand over it, he must wipe his head and feet with the same moisture …

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  • Ruling 332

    If the jabīrah covers the entire surface of the top of the foot except for an area over the toes and at the top of the foot, one must wipe the places that are uncovered and over the jabīrah that …

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