Wuḍūʾ (Arabic: الوضوء al-wuḍūʼ) is the Islamic procedure for wiping parts of the body, a type of ritual purification, or ablution.
Wiping over the feet is an obligatory part of Wudhu, but washing legs is not a part of Wudhu and can not be done as part of Wudhu. You can wash your legs any time but never think that it a part of Wudhu, otherwise it will be a Bid'ah.
1.bIt is not compulsory to have Wudhu, although it is recommended to be always with Wudhu.
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Thank you for your question. Wudhu with a general intention is valid until something a person performs something that invalidates it, such as sleeping, passing wind, urine or feces, entering the state of janabah, istihadah for a woman or intoxication.
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Your fast is valid because you did not do that deliberately.
Wudhu is valid on naturally oily face. If the oil is much more than the usual, then you can wash it before performing the Wudhu.
You need to wait till the blood stops, then perform Wudhu. If the blood does not stop, you put a bandage or plaster on it and perform Wudhu with wiping on the bandage.
It is not obligatory to perform Wudhu if you are not touching the real Quranic text. It is always recommended to be with Wudhu when you recite Quran and even all the time.
If the long nails stop water from reaching to any part of the hand which must be washed in Wudhu, it will then cause the Wudhu to be invalid. But if you ae sure that water is reaching to every part of your hand which must be washed in Wudhu, then you have no problem.
It is better to avoid long nails as it can cause some times preventing water from reaching and if such thing happens, the Wudhu will be invalid.
The oil prevents water from reaching the hair or the skin
So one should make sure that the water comes into direct contact with their hair or skin.
You can leave a little area of the head without oil in order to do a correct wudhu.
The person should perform a tayammum in place of the ghusl if he doesn’t have sufficient time to do the normal ghusl. Please refer to your Islamic laws book for further details
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It is not necessary to have wudhu to recite Du'a 'Ahad.
Thank you for your question. Not only is it allowed, but indeed recommended and in some traditions it is as light upon light.
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