After Wet Dreams According to Islam: What Can Be Done and What Can Not Be Done?

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After Wet Dreams According to Islam: What Can Be Done and What Can Not Be Done? ~ Hi readers! In several previous articles, I have explained the mechanism of a shower after a wet dream. In fact, in this article, I have explained many things about wet dreams, such as some basic things about wet dreams in Islam, types of wet dreams in Islam, guidelines for bathing after wet dreams in Islam, and so on.

Now, I want to assume that you have read the article. Of course, we already understand, that if someone has a wet dream that makes him emit sperm, then he has a big impact. Big hadas can only be removed by bathing Janabah. In these conditions, there are several things that a Muslim should not do and that can be done. That’s why I wrote this article so that we understand that. So, you have to read it to the end.

In this article, I will explain the things that can be done and the things that should not be done after the dream of a base in Islam. Of course, as Muslims, we must understand that. The reason is very simple: that there are some acts of worship that a Muslim can do and that should not be done after he has had a wet dream. In other words, if he does something which is strictly forbidden after wet dreams before he takes a shower, then he is sinning.

In general, the discussion of what to do and what not to do after a wet dream according to Islam in this article is as follows:

What to Do After a Wet Dream;

  1. Pray to Allah after Wet Dreams.
  2. Reading Dhikr After Wet Dreams.
  3. Reading Salawat After Wet Dreams.
  4. Read Quran Without Touching It After Wet Dreams.

What Not to Do After Wet Dreams:

  1. Prayer After Wet Dreams.
  2. Holding the Quran After Wet Dreams.
  3. Tawaf After Wet Dreams.

What to Do After a Wet Dream

If we read the literacy of Islamic law about wet dreams, then we will find an explanation that there are four things a Muslim can do after a wet dream even though he has not done Janabah bath to get rid of the big hadas.

The four things that a Muslim can do after a wet dream even though he hasn’t bathed in Janabah are as follows:

Pray to Allah after Wet Dreams

The first thing a Muslim can do after he has had a wet dream and hasn’t bathed in Janabah is to pray to Allah. Prayer that I mean is the daily prayer that is usually said by a Muslim. Some examples are prayers that Allah will give him safety, health, and so on.

Please remember that praying to Allah may be done in a holy and impure condition. So, a Muslim may pray to Allah after he has a wet dream, even though he hasn’t bathed Janabah.

Reading Dhikr After Wet Dreams

The second thing a Muslim can do after he has had a wet dream and hasn’t bathed Janabah is to recite the Dhikr. I assume you already understand what Dhikr is. I won’t go into much detail about that. As for some daily Dhikr that is usually said by a Muslim, they are Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, Subhanallah, Astaghfirullah, and so on.

Please remember that reciting the Dhikr can be done in a holy and impure state. So, a Muslim can recite the Dhikr after he has a wet dream, even though he has not bathed Janabah.

Reading Salawat After Wet Dreams

The third thing a Muslim can do after he has a wet dream and hasn’t bathed Janabah is to read Salawat. I assume you already understand what Salawat is. I won’t go into much detail about that.

Please remember that reciting the Dhikr can be done in a holy and impure state. So, a Muslim can recite the Dhikr after he has a wet dream, even though he has not bathed Janabah.

Read Quran Without Touching It After Wet Dreams

The fourth thing a Muslim can do after he has a wet dream and hasn’t bathed Janabah is to read the Quran without touching it. In other words, he could only recite the Quran he had memorized or seen, without touching it.

It is true, there are differences of opinion among Islamic jurists about the law of touching the Quran without ablution or being in an impure condition. However, the majority of Islamic jurists are of the opinion that touching the Quran without ablution or in an impure condition should not be done.

Please remember that reading the Quran can only be done in a holy state. So, if a Muslim has had a wet dream and hasn’t bathed in Janabah, then he is only allowed to read it without touching it.

Read Also:

What Are the Rules of Janabah in Islam?

What Not to Do After Wet Dreams

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