Ghusl (Arabic: غسل) is an Arabic term referring to the full-body ritual purification mandatory before the performance of various rituals and prayers, for any adult Muslim after having sexual intercourse, ejaculation or completion of the menstrual cycle, although wudu or just sleep, without either, are the lesser stages of purity that is acceptable.The washing is also recommended but not required (i.e. it is mustahabb) before Jumu'ah and Eid prayers, before entering the ihram in preparation for Hajj, after having lost consciousness and after formally converting.
Being under the water for 5 minutes would, in most, if not all cases make water reach all parts of your head, and that would be enough for your ghusl. The important thing is you follow the correct procedure of ghusl, which is head/neck, then right side of body, then left side of body.
Avoiding excessive doubt is also very important.
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We must try our best to perform every Prayer within its time and never miss any Prayer as much as we can. If God firbid, Fajr Namaz is missed, we must perform its Qaza as soon as we can. There is no condition to perform Ghusl of Jum’a before performing the Qaza although Ghusl Jum’a is very great recommended Ghusl, but you can perform the Qaza of Fajr with Wudhu only or after Ghusl Jum’a if you wish but Ghusl Jum’a is not obligatory nor a condition for Qaza Namaz.
As this matter is a new matter, and the monitor prevents water from reaching to part of your skin, many of our Maraaji' of Taqleed say that you need to perform both Ghusl and Tayammum. During the Ghusl, you need to wipe over the monitor on your body.
No, that item touched by a person who had touched a corpse and did not perform Ghusl yet, will not become Najis (impure).
There is no shar'i problem if ghusl is done facing the Qiblah, or with back to the Qiblah.
It would not affect the ghusl in any way.
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Islam encourages healthy sexual relations between husband and wife, and to cater for each other's sexual needs and lusts, as long as they are within the shar'i and moral boundaries.
It is highly mustahab to address their sexual needs. For example, foreplay is highly recomended, where first it is recommended to engage in mudāʿabah, which means verbal foreplay, then mulāʿabah, physical foreplay, and then mujāmaʿah, which is having sex.
Oral sex is a part of mulāʿabah, and there is no problem with that as well. In regards to semen, in Shi'i fiqh, it is considered najis, and therefore, should the husband ejaculate in wife's mouth, she must not swallow any of it, and must wash her mouth.
Also, the wife does not need to perform ghusl in this instance.
Of course, there are certain sexual practices in today's Western society that are inhumane, immoral, degrading and humiliating, but happily accepted by some. As Muslims, we we must not imitate whatever is out there, or what is in pornography, etc.
As much as our religion encourages intimacy and sex within marriage, we also have a duty to dignify our spouse and never make her feel uncomfortable.
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Semen does not come after urination but it gushes out in ejaculation. There is a white liquid which comes after ruination called Wathi وذي which is not Najis and does not need any Ghusl.
Yes, and it is recommended.
Yes. Most of our present eminent Maraaje' say that Ghusl of Friday suffices Taharah and you can pray with it with out need for Wudhu.
If you touch any part of the dead body or bone of a dead body directly with out gloves, you need to perform Ghusl of touching a dead. If you touch wearing gloves, then you don't need to perform Ghusl of touching the dead.
Touching any Najis item including dogs or its urine etc does need Ghusl at all. You need to wash the part which touched the Najis item with water, then perform Wudhu and pray. It is a sinful act to delay performing the Prayer till it's time goes. Performing the Qadha namaz will not omit the sin of not praying within the time of the prayer.
You must perform your Namaz within its time under any circumstance.
Ghusl does not need water flowing on the body, but needs just making any amount of water reach to every part of the body even by wiping water on all parts of the body. A big scholar in Najaf Ashraf who is Ayatullah Sayyed Muhammad Husain Al-Hakeem said: Ghusl can be performed with one cup of water by putting my hand in the cup of water then wiping over my head, face, neck, right side of body then left side of the body. Making the water touch by wiping to the whole body won't take more than one cup of water.
You can refer to Islamic rules of your Marja' of Taqleed for more details.