Mens Ladies Unisex Leather Socks Khuffs Khuffain Hajj Umrah

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Mens Ladies Unisex Leather Socks Khuffs Khuffain Hajj Umrah

Mens Ladies Unisex Leather Socks Khuffs Khuffain Hajj Umrah

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Al-Mughirah said, "I moved to remove his khuffayn and he said, 'Leave them, for indeed my feet were in a state of purity when I wore them. A person wipes over his socks after the period of wiping has expired and prays, what is the ruling of his prayer? The journey in which it becomes permissible to shorten ones prayer, is the journey in which it becomes permissible to wipe over the socks for three days and nights, this is because in the hadith of Safwan ibn Asal which we have mentioned he says, "when we were on a journey", so for as long as a person is on a journey in which he shortens his prayer he can wipe over his socks for the period of three days. What is the correctness of the condition set by some of the legal jurists that the feet be covered .

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Also know that wiping over the bandage is not like wiping over the socks in that there is a specific time period, rather he can wipe over it for as long as the need remains, and likewise he can wipe over it from both the major and minor impurity not as in the case with the khuffayn as has preceded.So it is not possible to specify what the Legislator generalizes except with another evidence from the Legislator or a shari'ah principle by which the specification becomes clear. So when the period for wiping has finished then there is no wiping after this, but if he was in a state of purity when the period expired, then his state of purity remains. And that a man complained to the Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam that he thought that he had passed wind in his prayer, so he told him not to leave the prayer until he heard a noise or smelt something. That he wipes over them when he is in a state of minor impurity, not when he is junub or in any state that necessitates the ghusl. Reciting it as 'wa arjulikum' with a kasra on the lam, hence linking it in meaning to 'bi ru'usikum' ( 'your heads'), i.

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This is because this state of purity has been established according to the dictates of the shari'ah, so then it cannot be removed except by an evidence from the shari'ah, and there is no evidence for the state of wudhu ending as the time period for the wiping ends. If he removes his socks and then puts them back on again and he is in a state of wudhu, then if this wudhu was his first wudhu (i. And this is because the Messenger sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam did not set a time period for the state of purity, but he set a time period for the wiping only.But I do not know of anyone who held this opinion, and the thing which prevents me from holding this opinion is that I have not come across anyone from the People of Knowledge who holds this opinion, so if one of the People of Knowledge were to have this opinion then this would be the correct one according to me.

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The period is lengthened from 24 hours to 72 hours for a muqim who begins a journey before the expiry of 24 hours. It is making use of a rukhsah(allowance) granted to us by the Law-giver and as the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, “Allah loves people to make use of His allowances just as He loves them to comply with His commandments. And this purification would be complete, meaning that were he to remove this bandage or splint then his state of purity remains and does not break. And the evidence for this is the rule that the principle remains upon what it is and that the basic principle in this case is the absence of wiping.In this state the answer is based upon what is certain, so if he is doubtful if he started wiping for dhuhur or 'asr prayers, then he should make his starting period 'asr because the basic principle is the absence of wiping. So it is not a condition that he has to have the intention that he will wipe over the socks when he wears them.

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This is because this person has some time remaining in the period of his wiping before he started on a journey, then he started traveling so it is true to say that he is a traveler and therefore from those that can wipe over there socks for three days. But if he removes them then he should look, if he removes only a small portion than this is alright, but if he removes the majority of the sock then wiping over them in the future becomes invalid [in the case where this is not the first wudhu]. Because this is what is clear and obvious in the sunnah due to the saying of Mughirah ibn Shu'bah (in his hadith), "and he wiped over them", and he did not say he sallallahu 'alayhi wa sallam started with the right or left, rather the clear and literal meaning is what we have explained. Likewise he does not have to have an intention as to how long he intends to wipe for, rather if he is traveling then he has a period of three days whether he had the intention for this or not, and if he is resident he has a period of one day whether he had the intention for this or not. When using this site, Google collects data and use cookies for (i) ad personalisation and (ii) to help us analyse traffic to this site.And this indicates that the prayer is not acceptable when there is something in it which is impure, and because when the wiper wipes over the filth it sullies him also, and then he is also not in a state of purity. A person makes tayammum, then he wears the khuffayn, then he finds water, is it permissible for him to wipe over the socks knowing that he was in a state of purity when he wore them? And the purity of tayammum has no connection to the feet, rather it is only concerned with the hands and face. Clearly when it is not difficult to remove the fez then it is not permissible to wipe over it because in some aspects it resembles the skullcap, and the principle is the obligation of wiping over the head until it is made clear to man that this is from those that are permissible to wipe over. For indeed as long as the name khuffayn or jawarab is applicable to the item then wiping over them is permissible, because the sunnah has described wiping over the khuffayn in a general way.



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