Hi all readers! Are you looking for an explanation of “does vomiting break wudu?”? If your answer is “Yes”, congratulations! Now you are reading the right article. Why? Because that is what I will explain in this article. As Muslims, we must understand that. That’s why I wrote this article. So, you have to read it to the end.
Specifically, there are three important things about “does vomiting break wudu?” which I will explain in this article. The three important things I mean are as follows:
- Why Is Understanding Things That Break Wudu Important?
- Things That Break Wudu.
- Does Vomiting Break Wudu?
Why Is Understanding Things That Break Wudu Important?
The first important thing about “does vomiting break wudu?” what I will explain now is “why is it important to understand the things that break wudu?”. I want you to understand that before you read any further explanation in this article. In addition, I also want you to have a complete understanding of the main topic of our discussion.
Actually, if we want to understand why understanding the things that break wudu is important, then we must understand the urgency of ablution in Islam. The reason is because the main focus of the discussion is ablution.
In Islamic legal literacy, wudu is one of the rituals to eliminate minor hadas. If a Muslim has minor hadas, then he is not allowed to perform some rituals in Islam that require them to be in a holy condition or to have ablution, such as praying, tawaf, touching the Quran, and so on.
In other words, understanding the things that break wudu is important because it is related to several rituals in Islam. That’s the reason. As Muslims, we must understand that.
Things That Break Wudu
The second important thing about “does vomiting break wudu?” what I will explain now is things that break wudu. I want you to understand that first because the discussion about “does vomiting break wudu?” relates to “things that break wudu”.
In several previous articles I have explained many things about things that break wudu. I won’t explain it all again here. But I will explain some important points about the things that break wudu .
In general, there are six things that can break wudu:
One: if something comes out of two holes: the front opening (penis and vagina) and the back hole (anus).
Two: loss of mind due to sleep, madness, and so on.
Three: if the skin of a man and a woman who is not a mahram touch without a barrier.
Four: touching the human penis, vagina, or anus using the palms of the hands or the inside of the fingers.
Five: touching unclean objects, such as urine, feces, and so on.
Six: vomiting and nosebleeds.
That’s a brief explanation of the things that break wudu. As Muslims, we must understand that.
Does Vomiting Break Wudu?
The third important thing about “does vomiting break wudu?” what I’m going to explain now is a specific answer. In addition, I will also explain the argument so that you have a complete understanding of it.
In general, if we understand the explanation in the previous few paragraphs, then we already know that vomiting break wudu. The reason is because vomit is something that comes out of the stomach through the mouth.
The evidence that explains that vomiting break wudu is the following hadith:
عَنْ عَائِشَةَ رَضِيَ اللهُ عَنْهَا أَنَّ رَسُوْلَ اللهِ صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ قَالَ : مَنْ أَصَابَهُ قَيْءٌ , أَوْ رُعَافٌ , أَوْ قَلَسٌ , أَوْ مَذْيٌ فَلْيَتَوَضَّأْ , ثُمَّ لْيَبْنِ عَلَى صَلَاتِهِ وَهُوَ لَا يَتَكَلَّمُ . أَخْرَجَهُ اِبْنُ مَاجَهْ
From Aisha radliyallahu anha, that the Messenger of Allah (Prophet Muhammad) sallallahu alaihi wa sallam has said, “Whoever is exposed to vomiting, nosebleeds (blood coming out of the nose), qalas (fluid that comes from the throat that fills the mouth or other things but it is not vomiting) or madhiy, then let him perform ablution and then continue his prayer as long as he does not speak.” This hadith was narrated by Ibn Majah.
All readers! That’s a brief explanation of “does vomiting break wudu?”. Do you understand? If you want to ask, please ask!
I think that’s enough for this article. May be useful. Amen.
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