Is it necessary to perform the prayer again if there is blood on our clothes?
Submitted by on Sat, 02/05/2015 - 10:11
Dear Brother / Sister,
1. When a person sees blood on his/her clothes, the following must be checked: if the blood does not cover an area more than the palm of the hand and it is certain that it did not come from the body, the prayer is valid. If that blood came from the body, he/she must perform all of the prayers he/sheperformed after the last wudu (ablution).
2. If he/she sees heavy dirt more than the amount of a dirham on his/her clothes but does not know for sure when it smeared, he/she does not perform any prayer again. There is consensus on it. This id also the soundest view. (al Muhit / Sarakhsi - al Jawharatun- Nayyira)
(Celal Yıldırım, İslam Fıkhı)
Questions on Islam
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- While in salah in congregation, if someone from the congregation behaves in such a way that requires sajda as-sahw, what must he/she do?
- Does a person who realizes after performing a prayer that there is a substance on his/her skin which is an obstacle for the validity of wudu (ablution) have to repeat his/her prayer?
- Can a person continue to perform prayer if he/she stumbles and falls down while praying?
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- Can one leave fard prayers intentionally and postpone them to perform later as qada (compensation prayer) because of his/her working hours? Is performing qada every day a sin? Do salahs (prayers) become invalid?
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