wudu

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wudu

(wudu)
n
1. (Islam) the practice of ritual washing before daily prayer
2. (Islam) a room designated for ritual washing before daily prayer
[from Arabic]
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He would say that since the feet would be wet or moist after wuzu, he was afraid of spoiling the beautiful prayer mats that the women in the house owned, so he preferred a practical option.
entrance, Wuzu place (Ablution Point), and renovation of Ghalla
He speaks of how his father would always insist on Wuzu before digging a grave, and of how he was taught Quranic verses to recite when the body was lowered inside the grave.
She explains that before praying, Muslim men and women perform Wuzu (religious ablution), where they wash their hands, feet and face in order to be pure for prayer.
They can apply nail polish but before offering Namaz they have to completely remove it because a layer of nail paint hinders the wuzu water (ritual purification) from washing the nails completely.
He said even we could not perform wuzu as the potable water being supplied with us is mixed with the sewage water.
He said even we cannot have a proper Wuzu and Ghusil as the potable water being supplied with us is mixed with the gutter water.
Justice Iqbal Kalhoro wondered if the dirty water is consumed for making 'Wuzu' (ablution) for offering prayers.
It should also be noted that Muslims ritually wash (wuzu) before their daily prayers, which includes washing the arms, face, mouth, ears and feet each time.
We can still remember of the horrifying incidents at Wuzu in Meluri and Pangsha in Noklak.