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.
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!
Such drops are Taahir ( ritually clean).
'Every thing is Taahir for you unless and until you know for sure that it is Najis.
The Quraish disbelievers blocked water in Badr from the Prophet ( SAWA) and Muslims with him. Ali (AS) attacked the disbelievers and forced them to run away from the water. Ali (AS) was the person who made water available for Muslims in Badr. ( Al-Muqarram in his book Al-Abbas).
Yes, in ghusl, water must reach all parts of the body, but not that you have to scrub it in. Just by allowing water to flow over it would be enough, with some assistance with your hands to make sure its completely reached the parts.
Ears are also included, like everywhere else. But, of course not the inside of the ear, or the inside of the nose. Just outer parts of the body.
And Allah knows best.
Yes it is permissible to use such water mixed with small amount of bleach for Wudhu and Ghusl because it is still called water.
If the whole skin gets wet then Ghusl is valid.
After removing the blood, one time washing with tap or Kurr water is enough and two times with Qaleel water.
If the washing machine is connected to the tab water, then it will be Taahir along with all the clothes inside it. If there is no connection with tab water or any Kurr water, and water used is less than Kurr, then Najis cloth will remain Najis unless it is washed and rinsed twice with Taahir water.
Every solid item can be purified (Taahir) with water if it was not Taahir. Plastic utensils are no exception.
You can perform Wudhu just before starting your shower. It can be also done after shower but after you dry your head and feet where wiping on them is compulsory.