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2. Purification (Ṭahārah)

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  • Ruling 308

    If urine or faeces is discharged with such frequency that the person does not find respite long enough to perform wuḍūʾ and part of the prayer, then one wuḍūʾ is sufficient for several prayers unless he does something else that …

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  • Ruling 309

    If urine or faeces are discharged continuously, it is not necessary for the person to perform prayers immediately after performing wuḍūʾ, although it is better that he makes haste to perform the prayers.

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  • Ruling 310

    If urine or faeces are discharged continuously, it is permitted for the person – after he has performed wuḍūʾ – to touch the writing of the Qur’an even if he is not in the state of performing prayers.

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  • Ruling 311

    Someone whose urine is discharged drop by drop must use a bag in which there is some cotton or something else that prevents the urine from splashing onto other areas; and the obligatory precaution is that before every …

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  • Ruling 312

    If someone cannot control the discharge of urine or faeces, he must prevent their discharge during prayers if it is possible for him to do so; and it is better that he prevents it even if he incurs …

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  • Ruling 313

    If someone cannot control the discharge of urine or faeces, then after recovering from his illness, it is not necessary for him to repeat the prayers that he performed in accordance with his religious duty while he was …

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  • Ruling 314

    If someone suffers from an illness that does not allow him to stop passing wind, he must act in accordance with the duty of those who cannot control the discharge of urine and faeces.

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