When is it necessary to make ghusl after being junub? How is ghusl made?
Submitted by on Fri, 10/05/2019 - 14:51
Dear Brother / Sister,
It is haram to remain in junub state more than a period of time for a daily fard prayer. Therefore, it is necessary to make ghusl as soon as possible.
For instance, a person who becomes junub after the night prayer (isha) has to make ghusl before the time period for the morning prayer (fajr) ends.
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