Hair is a protein filament that grows from follicles found in the dermis. Hair is one of the defining characteristics of mammals.
The human body, apart from areas of glabrous skin, is covered in follicles which produce thick terminal and fine vellus hair.
Yes, it is allowed to cut nails on a Tuesday.
For further information about cutting of nails, please refer to this Q&A:
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Neither washing nose is obligatory in Wudhu nor washing mouth. Both of them are just recommended and not obligatory. Washing head or feet in Wudhu is wrong because you should wipe over them and not wash them.
If you are sure that your Wudhu was invalid, you need to perform it properly and re do the prayers which were done with wrong Wudhu.
You will not be able to do both wudhu' and ghusl simultaneously and at once.
So, you can either do wudhu' before ghusl, or after ghusl.
When you wipe your head during wudhu', you can use four fingers, or three fingers. Both cases are fine.
And Allah knows best.
Synthetic wigs are allowed whether made out of human hair or out of any other material. The point is when the wigs are planted in the skin, such wigs prevent water from reaching to the skin and makes a problem in the Wudhu. If wigs are removed before performing Wudhu then there is no problem at all. Wigs can be even worn after performing Wudhu while performing Salah Namaz if the wigs are Tahir. In case Wigs are made of human hair from Najis source like Mushriks then Salah with such Najis hair will be invalid.
First of all, we as Muslims believe that Allah is The All Knowing, Most Wise, Most Merciful and we believe that everything comes from Him is based on full wisdom for our interest, that is why we never question His Wisdom in any matter. We believe that the full reason is best known by Allah (SWT), the Messenger (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS) who are the real successors of the Prophet (SAWA).
We also believe that our human abilities of thinking are limited and can never reach to everything. We know for sure that every order from Allah (SWT) is based on our benefit and we don't question the details.
Hijab is obligatory on females because Allah (SWT) who created males and females made males more attracted to females than females to males in usual situations. Hair of man can be attractive to some females in some situations but females are in general are much more attractive to males. This can be one of the reasons. Men are responsible to work hard to earn livelihood for their families. Hijab of women is for maintaining her dignity, modesty, safety and honour. Hijab also provide safe atmosphere away from sinful acts. Allah (SWT) says in Quran about Hijab on women (So that they are known so that they should not be harmed ( كي يُعرَفنَ فلا يؤذَين)) 33:59).
Removing such hair and hair on the pubes and under arms is required because it helps keeping the body clean, tidy and hygienic. Such unwanted hair should be removed at least once in maximum of forty days. Leaving it more than forty days in disliked (Makrouh). Leaving unwanted hair for longer period might cause harm for health because of dirt which can accumulate on it and can also disrupt cleaning the area.
Maybe when you get older, inshallah. Allah is with the patient!
This view of the Prophet (s.a.w.) having "long" hair is not absolutely unanimously agreed upon. There are views that the hair should not be longer than the level of the earlobe.
For argument sake, if we were to confirm the view that the Prophet (s.a.w.) or members of the Ahlul Bayt (a.s.) had long hair, then do we have any narrations where the Ma'sumeen have said it is recommended for other?
Did the Prophet (s.a.w.) call it a sunnah, and encourage others to grow their hair? Has it become a common practice among religious men, throughout history, to grow their hair long?
The answer to these questions is all NO.
The view of our esteemed jurists, like Ayatullah al-Udhma Seyid Sistani says that if growing your hair equates to having resemblance of women, then it is haram.
Once case is you yourself want to look like a female, by growing your hair, which is haram. Another case is the society and community you are a part of sees long hair only being for women, in which case you must not go against the 'urf.
If you are also being censured and discouraged by your elders and your teachers, then by no means should you be disobeying them. We must always remember to respect our elders and our teachers who are encouraging us to do good things and right things, even though we might have a different perspective.
A mu'min must present himself in public in the best way possible, with signs of Iman and Taqwa resonating from his appearance and how he conducts himself. This is more important than fashion or hair or anything else.
On the other side, if, in the case that there is no resemblance of a female, and the 'urf around you see it to be absolutely fine, and your parents/elders/teachers also see it to be fine, then yes, you can grow your hair.
We also know that taking care of your hair is a sunnah, by combing it, oiling it, cleaning it, etc.
And Allah knows best.
Yes, it is permissible to get a hair transplant, as the hair will become a part of the body, and it will not create a barrier or an obstacle to prevent water from getting to your skin while doing wudhu'/ghusl.
The problem could be if the hair does not grow, and whether this would become an obstacle in ghusl and wudhu' being valid. For this case you must refer to your Marja' taqleed.
And Allah knows best.
Long hair should not not extend more than the area of wiping. If it goes more than the area of wiping, you will be then not wiping on the area required to be wiped, that is why you need to part and wipe over the area itself and not in another area of the head where the long hair reaches.
Yes it is permissible to sell a cut-off piece of your hair. No restriction on age or gender in this matter.
Wife of prophet Ayyub did the same when they did not have food, according a narration.