Is it religiously permissible to take ablution/wudu in bathrooms and toilets/restrooms?
Yes, it is permissible. It is religiously unobjectionable. It is permissible to take ablution/wudu in bathrooms and toilets/restrooms. However, one should be careful enough to avoid any dirtiness spattering on himself. Moreover, one should cite basmala and ablution prayers as silently as only he can hear.
- Is it religiously permitted to read the Qur'an commentary books without (wudu) ablution? If permitted, is it permissible for women to read them when they are in menstruation period?
- Is it permissible for woman to perform prayers with make-up on her? Does cream and lipstick prevent wudu (ablution)?
- Is network marketing religiously permissible? Is the bonus that is gained through the web of sale religiously permissible?
- Is it religiously permissible for a Muslim to live in a non-Muslim country?
- Wudu (ablution)