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Sheepskin Fur Mest
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How to wipe on mest and what are the conditions for this?
Mest is the name given to a type of shoe that covers the feet together with their ankles.
The conditions necessary for wiping on socks to be permissible are as follows:
a) Wearing after an ablution after washing the feet,
b) Approximately 5 km with a normal walk, dressed on the feet. or be durable enough to walk more,
c) The socks should be strong and thick enough to be able to stand loose after being put on,
d) There is no hole in each of the socks three times the width of the smallest toe,
e) It should not absorb water and pass it to the feet immediately.
Mesh is a kind of cleanliness; with wet hands on a limb during wudu, a shoe worn on the foot or a dressing wrapped in a wound; Tayammum, on the other hand, is done on the face and arms by hand driven into the soil.
Wiping on the socks while performing wudu is Hz. It is fixed by the Sunnah of the Prophet (SallAllahu Aleyhi Vesellam). Indeed, the Prophet. That the Prophet (SallAllahu Aleyhi Vesellam) took ablution and
There are many narrations stating that he anointed him over (Bukhari, Vudu, 35, 48; Muslim, Taharet, 72, 73).
A person who wears an enchantment on his feet with ablution may wipe his ablution after the ablution is broken, a resident one day, and a passenger for three days.
Hz. The Prophet (SallAllahu Aleyhi Wesellam) appointed three days and three nights for the guest and one day and one night for the inhabitants as a period of praying (Nasai, Taharet, 98).
Since a person who takes both or one of his socks off his feet after making wudu by wiping the socks is considered to have passed on his feet.
He must wash his feet and wear the socks again without breaking his ablution. If he removed the ablution without it, he should wash his feet while performing the ablution again. When it expires, if it is ablution
it is enough to remove the socks and wash their feet; If he does not have ablution, he should wash his feet and make full ablution (Kasani, Bedâiu's-sanâî, I, 9).