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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 333

    If there are several jabīrahs on one’s face or arms, he must wash between them; and if the jabīrahs are on the head or on the feet, he must wipe between them. As for those places covered by …

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  • Ruling 334

    If the jabīrah has covered more than the normal area around the wound and it is not possible to remove it without causing excessive difficulty, one must perform tayammum unless the jabīrah is on a place of the body that tayammum is …

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  • Ruling 335

    If there is no wound, cut, or broken bone on a part of the body on which wuḍūʾ is performed but water is harmful for the person for some other reason, he must perform tayammum.

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  • Ruling 336

    If phlebotomy33 has been performed on one of the parts of the body on which wuḍūʾ is performed and one cannot wash it with water, it is necessary to perform tayammum. However, if one can wash it with water …

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  • Ruling 337

    If something is stuck on a part of one’s body on which wuḍūʾ or ghusl is performed and it is not possible to remove it, or the difficulty involved in removing it is such that it cannot be endured, then …

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  • Ruling 338

    For all ghusls – apart from the ghusl given to a corpse – jabīrah ghusl is performed like jabīrah wuḍūʾ; however, based on obligatory precaution, one must perform it in sequence. If there is a wound or a boil on …

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  • Ruling 339

    If someone’s responsibility is to perform tayammum but on some of the parts of his body on which tayammum is performed he has a wound, boil, or broken bone, he must perform jabīrah tayammum in accordance with the rules of jabīrah wuḍūʾ. …

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  • Ruling 340

    If someone must perform prayers with jabīrah wuḍūʾ or ghusl, in the event that he knows his legitimate excuse for not performing normal wuḍūʾ or ghusl will remain valid until the end of the time for prayers, he can perform …

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  • Ruling 341

    If someone keeps his eye lashes stuck together because of an illness in his eye, he must perform tayammum.

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  • Ruling 342

    If someone does not know whether his duty is to perform tayammum or jabīrah wuḍūʾ, then based on obligatory precaution he must perform both of them.

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