Wudhu al-Jabirah

Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim. Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa aali Muhammad. We are going to be learning how to do wudhu al-jabira.

Wudhu al-jabira is when a person is not able to do a complete proper wudhu due to the fact that they might have an injury on a part of the wudhu places like, for example, the arm is plastered or it has a bandage on it or something like that.

So it's the same thing that you need to do as far as the wudhu process is concerned. The only difference is when you get to that particular part of where you have the injury, you need to be doing something else. So Hasan is going to be washing his face normally and then assuming that is water here, he is going to be washing his arm, this time he's just going to dip his arm in and bring it outwards in this particular way.

When he gets to the part of where the injury is, where the bandage is, he's not able to remove the plaster or the bandage. With that wet hand of his, he just wipes over. It's as simple as that. This is in the in the case where he has wudhu.

As for, if he is going to do a ghusl, he can get something like a plastic bag, he covers the plaster or the bandage with a plastic bag, he knots here, he ties it here. And then he goes under the shower and has a normal ghusl with this covered. He can keep it out of the water when it's time for him to wash, for example, in this scenario, his left arm, he just puts it inside and out. So as long as the water is coming over this particular place. This is the simple procedure for wudhu al-jabira, or if he's going to do ghusl, that would also be the same case as well.

Al-Hamdulillahi Rabb Al-Alameen, wa assalat wa assalam ala sayyidina Muhammad, wa aali at-tahireen.