He delayed the prayer until the time for it was over with no excuse; does he have to do ghusl?.
He did not know that ghusl from janaabah is obligatory; should he repeat the prayers?.
She prayed when she was junub by mistake – does she have to repeat the prayers?.
She wants to do tayammum instead of doing ghusl from janaabah because she feels shy in front of her husband’s family.
It is permissible to remove janaabah by means of tayammum when there is an excuse for that.
He had an erotic dream whilst fasting but he did not see any trace of semen.
Coping with wet dreams.
She sees disturbing dreams, and she imagined having intercourse in her sleep.
He had a wet dream but he did not do ghusl because it was very cold.
It is not obligatory to do ghusl from janaabah when one wants to eat.
The rest of the maniy comes out after ghusl; is it necessary to do ghusl again?.
If maniy (semen) is emitted whilst one is awake because of illness, ghusl is not required.
Reciting adhkaar when one is junub.
Delaying ghusl for janaabah (impurity following sexual activity) until after dawn has broken in Ramadaan.
Unable to perform Ghusl.
Emission of semen due to illness does not require ghusl.
Ghusl is obligatory when one is in a state of janaabah (impurity).
Causes that make ghusl a must.
Description of Islamic Ghusl (Complete Body Ablution).
How should a person who has a wound do wudoo’ and ghusl?.