Is Ghusl Required After Wet Dream? Read This!

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Hi all readers! Are you looking for an explanation of “is ghusl required after wet dream?”? 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. So, you have to read it to the end.

Specifically, there are four important points about “is ghusl required after wet dream?” which I will explain in this article. The four important things I mean are as follows:

  1. Obligatory Ghusl in Islam.
  2. Wet Dream in Islam.
  3. Effect of Wet Dream on Muslims.
  4. Is Ghusl required After Wet Dream? What Is the Argument?

Obligatory Ghusl in Islam

First important thing about “is ghusl required after wet dream?” what I will explain now is the obligatory ghusl in Islam. I want you to understand that before you read any further explanation in this article. In addition, I also want you to understand that because it is one of the main focuses of our discussion.

You should know that what is meant by obligatory ghusl is the obligatory bath in Islam. What it means is that if Muslims do not do that, then they are not allowed to perform some rituals in Islam that require them to be in a holy condition.

In general, another term for obligatory ghusl is Janabah bath. The goal is to remove the big hadas. In several previous articles I have already explained that the big hadas is one of the reasons why Muslims are not allowed to perform certain rituals that require them to be in a holy condition, such as praying, tawaf, touching the Quran, and so on. In Islam, big hadas can only be removed by Janabah bath, or tayammum if there is no water.

So, specifically, I want to say that the obligatory ghusl in Islam is Janabah bath. It was done to get rid of big hadas. Muslims who have big hadas should do that.

That is a brief explanation of the obligatory ghusl in Islam. As Muslims, we must understand that.

Wet Dream in Islam

The second important point about “is ghusl required after wet dream?” what I will explain now is a wet dream in Islam. I want you to understand that before you read any further explanation in this article because that is the second focus of our discussion.

One important thing I will say before I explain more about wet dream in Islam, is that wet dream is sexual dreams. That is, someone dreams of having sex or other things related to it so that he secretes sperm. So, if someone has a “nice dream” but he doesn’t release sperm, it’s not a wet dream.

In Islam, wet dream is one of the things that require the obligatory ghusl or Janabah bath. Why? Because if someone has a wet dream, then he secretes sperm. If he has released sperm, then he has a big hadas. Big hadas can only be removed by obligatory ghusl or Janabah bath.

Effect of Wet Dream on Muslims

The third important point about “is ghusl required after wet dream?” what I will explain now is “the effect of wet dream on Muslims”. In the previous explanation I have explained that wet dream is one of the things that cause Muslims to have big hadas. So, we can understand the effect of wet dream on Muslims if we can understand the influence of big hadas on them.

In Islam, if Muslims have a big hadas, then they are not allowed to perform some rituals that require them to be in a holy condition as I have explained earlier. Some of these rituals are obligatory rituals, such as Fajr prayer, Dhuhr, Asr, Magrib, Isha, Tawaf (in Hajj). Some of the other rituals are sunnah rituals, such as holding the Quran or reading the Quran.

What it means is that if Muslims have wet dream, then they should not perform these rituals if they have not cleansed themselves from big hadas. That is the effect of wet dream on Muslims.

What it means is that if Muslims do not perform the obligatory rituals because they do not perform the obligatory ghusl or the Janabah bath after wet dream, such as Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha prayers, or if they touch the Quran, then they are sinning. That is the effect of wet dream on Muslims.

That is a brief explanation of “the effect of wet dream on Muslims”. As Muslims, we must understand that.

Is Ghusl required After Wet Dream? What Is the Argument?

2 comments

  1. Thank you for this useful explanation. I would like to kindly request you to remove some advertisements that don’t comply with Islamic standards such as ads with women wearing tight sport clothes and making sports movements that expose their butts and other areas. I also saw an advertisement about constellations. Thank you again.

    1. Assalamualaikum…

      Hi Fatema! Thank you for reading this article. Do you have any questions about this discussion? Let me know if you have any questions!

      Greetings,

      Akhmad Syafiuddin

      Wassalamualikum..

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