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Lesson 3 Ablution (Wudu ): Its Integrals and Recommended Matters

Ablution (wudu' ) is a condition for the validity of prayer. Allah, ta^ala, said in the Quran:











Ya ayyuhal-ladhina amanu idha qumtum ilas-salati faghsilu wujuhakum wa aydiyakum ilal-marafiqi wamsahu biruusikum wa arjulakum ilal-ka^bayn.



Ayah 6 of Suratul-Maidah means: {When you want to pray, wash your face, your hands and forearms up to and including the elbows, wet wipe your heads, and wash your feet up to and including the ankles.}



Wudu' has integrals, recommendations, and invalidators.



The integrals of wudu' :



Wudu' has six integrals. The wudu' is not valid if any of them is left out.



1- The intention: It takes place in the heart. It should also be simultaneous with washing the first part of the face. One says in ones heart: "I now intend to make wudu' " or the like.



2- Washing the entire face, from the normal hairline to the chin and from one ear to the other.



3- Washing the hands up to and including the elbows. The elbow is the bone where the forearm and upper arm meet.



4- Wet wiping the head or part of it.



5- Washing the feet up to and including the ankles.



6- Keeping the order of the integrals as they were mentioned. So the intention would occur with washing the face, then washing the face, then washing the hands and forearms, then wet wiping the head, and finally washing the feet.







The recommended matters (sunnahs) of wudu' :



The recommended matters of wudu' are those without which the wudu' would be valid, but there is reward for the one who does them. The wudu of whoever leaves out a recommended matter of wudu' is valid, unlike the case where one leaves out an integral. In that case, ones wudu' would not be valid.







Among the recommended (sunnah) matters of wudu':



Saying Bismillah (basmalah).

Washing the hands up to the wrists before washing the face.

Using the siwak.

Rinsing the mouth with water (madmadah).

Sniffing water into the nose.

Wet wiping the entire head.

Wet wiping the ears inside and out with new water, other than the one which was used for the head.

Criss-crossing the fingers when washing the hands, arms, and inserting the smallest left finger between the toes while washing the feet.

Inserting wet fingers through the thick beard.

Starting with the right side before the left when washing the hands and feet.

Washing or wiping every part three times (tathlith).

Rubbing the parts when washing them.

Washing a part before the previous part dries (muwalah).

Keeping the intention from the beginning of wudu' to its end.

Limiting the water that one uses for wudu' to one mudd.

Washing beyond the boundaries of the face (ghurrah), and above the elbows and ankles (tahjil).





It is also recommended (sunnah) to say after one finishes wudu':



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Ash-hadu alla ilaha illallahu wahdahu la sharika lah. Wa ash-hadu anna Muhammadan ^abduhu warasuluh. Allahumma j^alni minat-tawwabina waj^alni minal-mutatahhirin.



This means: I bear witness that no one is God but Allah only, with no partners and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger. O Allah, make me among those who repeatedly repent and purify themselves.





Questions:



1. State the ayah that tells about the obligation of wudu'.



2. How many integrals of wudu' are there? List them.



3. Where does the intention take place? When?



4. What are the boundaries of the face during wudu' ?



5. What part of the hands is one obligated to wash during wudu' ? What are the elbows?



6. How much of the head does one have to wipe?



7. What part of the feet is it obligatory to wash? What are the ankles?



8. What is meant by the order during wudu' ?



9. List some of the recommended matters for wudu'.



10. What does the basmalah mean?



11. What does the madmadah mean?



12. What is meant by tathlith? Muwalah?



13. What is ghurrah? Tahjil?



14. What is recommended to say after one finishes wudu' ?




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