Question # : 145813
Answer : 145813
Published on: Dec 5, 2016
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
(1) If the problem of passing the wind is severe that you cannot offer the salah of one time after making wudhu in the state of purity then you shall be deemed ma’zur (excused) as per the Shariah. The ruling for you is that when the time of salah starts you should make wudhu and offer fardh, sunnat, wajib, nafl salah whatsoever you wish within the time. If you pass wind during the salah your salah shall be valid.
(2) When you pass the wind extensively and it smells too bad then offer salah at your home and do not go to the mosque. In-shaAllah, you shall get the reward of mosque and jamat. Also do not go in Jumuah and Eidain instead offer Zuhr at your home. The salah of Eid cannot be offered alone hence you need not offer it.
(3) You will make wudhu after the time of each salah starts and it shall remain intact until the time of salah remains. You may offer fardh, wajib, sunnah and nafl salah during that time and also can recite the Holy Quran and may touch it.
Further, it is stated that we have learnt through some reliable sources that there is treatment of bad smell of wind in Homeopathy. You should undergo the treatment and if it is cured then you may go to the mosque for salah.
Allah knows Best!
Darul Uloom Deoband
I had a couple of questions: (1) When does puberty for male start? (2) How do I make up for my Qadha prayers? (3) How can I strengten my iman? (4) How can I avoid Satan during namaaz?
A brother told me that we must recite the last three Surah of the Quran: Ikhlas, Falaq, Nas in the 3th rakat of Witr. Does this has a origin? (2) Also this brother told me that after the Takbir for qunut in the 3th rakat of Witr we must not fold hands but raise them like in duaa and leave them them like that for the duration of the qunut dua. He told me that this was related from Abu Hanifa by his student Abu Yusuf (recorded in Haskafi, Ibn Abidin) Is this true?