Wudu, Dajjal and natural circumsicion
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(1). What is the significance of a child born with natural circumcision?
(2). Till date how many dajjals have appeared since and after Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), As Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) had told Sahabas that 30 dajjals would appear (including Antichrist).
(3). Since wuzu breaks if hand touches private parts, then pls advice that during ghusl when wuzu has been made, then what to do when one has to rub the whole body after pouring water on head, and the two shoulders, as surely one would touch the private parts during rubbing the body.
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Wudu, Dajjal and natural circumsicion
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Q-1: What is the
significance of a child born with natural circumcision?
There is absolutely no significance in Islam if a child is born with natural cicumcision.
Q-2: Till date how
many dajjals have appeared since and after Prophet
Mohammad (PBUH), As Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) had told Sahabas that 30 dajjals would
appear (including Antichrist).
Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 4319 Narrated by Abu Hurayrah
The Prophet (saws) said: The Last Hour will not come before there comes forth thirty Dajjals (Liars), each claiming himself to be the Messenger of Allah.
There have indeed been several of these Liars who have claimed to be the Prophets or Messengers of Allah since and after the death of the Last and Final Prophet of Allah, Mohamed ar-Rasool Allah (saws). Allah Alone knows the exact number of these Liars that have appeared. It suffices for the believers, who truly believe in Allah and the Last Day, to believe every word of the Messenger of Allah (saws) that the Last Hour will not come until thirty of these Liars appear.
Since wuzu breaks if hand touches
private parts, then pls advice that during ghusl when
wuzu has been made, then what to do when one has to
rub the whole body after pouring water on head, and the two shoulders, as
surely one would touch the private parts during rubbing the body.
There are two hadiths on the subject, if touching the private organs invalidates one wudu or ablution or not, and both are considered authentic by the scholars of Islam.
Sunan of Abu-Dawood Hadith 181 Narrated by Busrah, daughter of Safwan
Marwan said: Busrah, the daughter of Safwan reported to me that she heard the Messenger of Allah (saws) say: He who touches his penis should perform ablution.
A man asked the Prophet if a man who touches his penis has to perform ablution. Said the Prophet (saws), "No, it is just a part of you."
Related by Bukhari and Muslim.
The majority of the scholars in Islam are of the opinion that if one touches ones private organs unintentionally and without any sexual inclination, it would not invalidate ones wudu or ablution; but if one touches ones private organs with sexual inclination, it would indeed invalidate his wudu.
But while doing ghusl or taking a full bath, it is the Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (saws) to wash ones private organs first, then do the wudu and then pour the water over the full body making sure no part remains dry. Thus the washing of oness private parts would not invalidate one wudu in the least during ghusl.
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