How to wash

How to wash and what it means

Washing differs from ablution in its rulings and obligations, as well as in its quality and quality, and it is divided into two types: the first is complete, and the second is fragmented. The complete: is that the person intends to then name, and then he washed his hands three times, then he washed what was harmed, ablution and ablution of prayer, then he wiped over his head three smears that he took into account to irrigate the origins of his hair, then he poured water over the rest of his body, and starts with his right side, Then with his left side and massaging his body, and he takes into account that the water reaches all of his body and hair, and the basic principle in that is what was stated in the two correct ones about Aisha - may God be pleased with her - that the Messenger, may God bless him and grant him peace, if he rose to wash from the impurity began to wash his hands, then empties his right over to the left He washed his private parts, then performed ablution and the light of prayer, took water and inserted his fingers into the origins of the hair, and sprayed On his head three sprinkles, then water overflows the rest of his body, then he washed his legs.

Sexual ablution and sexual intercourse
Washing from sexual intercourse and sexual intercourse is a duty, whether for men or women, as the water contains many benefits that affect the sexual process. It activates the man and prepares him for a second or third sexual intercourse, just as the washing of the man and his wife before or after intercourse together, and the accompanying caresses and sympathies for him A positive effect on the psyche of men and women. Water in general, if present during the sexual process, gives it a special flavor, as it renews activity and dispels boredom.

Bathing from menstruation
Menstrual blood: It is black, dark and stained blood that is released by the woman's womb, and it must be interrupted until the ablution is correct, and it abstains from ablution because the smallest event enters the larger event, and the opposite is not true.

According to the former mufti of Saudi Arabia, the scholar Abdul Aziz bin Baz: The woman is relieved from her menstruation and her breath, and she rinses around the vagina from the effects of blood and other things, then she performs ablution and the light of prayer, and then the water overflows her head three times, then on her body, then on the right fissure And then on the left fissure, then complete the washing, and this is the Sunnah, and this is the best for it. If you poured water once on her body, this is sufficient, and this is part of janaabah, menses, and postpartum. It is mustahabb for a woman to do ghusl after menstruation with water and Sidr, as this is preferable to her, but the side does not need to wash with the Sidr, and the water is sufficient.

Showering from puerperal blood
The postpartum phase: This is the stage that a woman goes through after childbirth, and the blood comes out from the woman, and washing here is a substitute for ablution.

Desirable washing
It is mustahabb to do ghusl on Friday, and it has been said that it is obligatory, washing the two feasts, and washing one who is dead washed, in addition to doing ghusl in ihraam for Umrah or Hajj.

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