Water is a transparent, tasteless, odorless, and nearly colorless chemical substance, which is the main constituent of Earth's streams, lakes, and oceans, and the fluids of most living organisms. It is vital for all known forms of life, even though it provides no calories or organic nutrients.
It is permissible to wipe off the water of Wudhu, but it is recommended to leave it to dry by itself. The Hadeeth narrated from the Prophet (SAWA) states: Who performs Wudhu and wipes its water will get one reward, and who performs Wudhu and does not wipe it will get thirty rewards. (Thawab Al-A'maal by al-Sadouq, page 32.)
Sorry to hear about your situation. Inshallah it improves soon, by the grace of Allah.
As Shaykh Zoheir said, you can do wudu from a bottle of water. Perhaps you can step out of the car for prayer if it is safe.
If you have a concern about being seen without hijab, just do your best to preserve your modesty as wudhu can essentially be done from under a cloth.
The larger tahara can also be done with a reasonably small amount of water (rather than requiring an actual shower), but for this, modesty is more important of course. I guess you and your husband will have arranged somewhere or some way to wash up.
If you absolutely cannot perform wudhu or ghusl due to modesty reasons, you ca do tayammum.
Thank you for your question. The water that is needed to perform wudu does not have to be connected to a source and so it is fine to perform wudu using water from a bottle or container. Wudu can easily be performed with three handfuls of water. Missing prayers is very harmful to a persons wellbeing in this world and the next and is a great sin.
May you always be successful
Hur was in the front of war when he repented and came immediately to Imam Husain (AS). It was a moment of war and there was no time for bringing food or water.
Sniffing water inside the nose is not obligatory in Wudhu but just recommended. Your Wudhu is valid with out sniffing water inside your nose.
If the whole surface is covered by oil which made a layer on it, you need to remove the oil first.
I have not seen any one who claims that Imam Ali's house water is bitter. Nevertheless, even if some claims that, it does not harm the sacred status of the place. The location of the house is near the river of Furat. Sometimes the water level in the river is high and sometimes it is low or even very low. That can be a possible reason of change in the taste of the water. It is worth mentioning that the house was never owned by Imam Ali (AS) but by his nephew (Jo'dah ibn Hubairah جعدة بن هبيرة)and Imam Ali (AS) was just a temporary tenant in that house.
Yes, using water of that amount would be sufficient, and there is no need for drying off the water.
And Allah knows best.
It is not necessary for water to reach the skin of the head while Masah. Wiping over the hair if that area of the head is enough.
Reading other verses in Quran (Allah has created every moving animal from water) (24:45)
and (It is He, who sends down water from the sky and with it We bring forth plants) (6:99) clarifies that Jinns and angles are not included. We can not take just one verse on a subject and leave other verses on the same subject to understand what Quran says about that subject.
As you would know, tayamumm is only done when one has no access to any water or using of water is harmful, like a sickness or extremely cold weather.
In any other case, especially if water is accessible, the mukallaf must do wudhu.
And Allah knows best.
This is a thoughtful question that shows reflection on the historical account.
Insofar as there is no answer mentioned in history books, it is not possible to give an answer.
If I were to guess, perhaps it would have aroused too much suspicion to bring water, or perhaps it was an emotional and sudden moment and he was not thinking about things, or perhaps some other reason.
Ayatollah Motahhari was of the view that it is not correct that they were without water for 3 days and nights. See https://www.al-islam.org/al-tawhid/vol13-no3/ashura-misrepresentations-d...
I don't think there is historical evidence that they were without food, however, the lack of water is much more dire.
God knows best!