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12TH LARGEST CITY IN NIGERIA: IKORODU NEWS NETWORK (INN) SET TO RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO, PROMOTING LAGOS WATERBED REGION, CAMEO APPEARANCE BY FOLA TINUBU, JIMI BENSON, FOLASHADE, AMA, OTHERS ®™√ INN Nigeria © FOURTH MAINLAND BRIDGE: LAGOS TO ANNOUNCE PREFERRED BIDDER BY END OF 2022 AFTER SHORTLISTING THREE FOR RFP STAGE II ®™√ INN Nigeria © GIVING FOR LIVING FOUNDATION COLLABORATE DIVINE HERITAGE CHILDREN’S CENTRE, MARKS ORPHAN DAY WITH PROVISION OF RELIEF ITEMS FOR LESS PRIVILEGED KIDS ®™√ INN Nigeria © MASSIVE CAMPAIGN FOR ASIWAJU IN LAGOS, TINUBU URGES NIGERIANS TO PREVENT PDP FROM NATION’S COMMONWEALTH, ASK LAGOSIANS TO RE-ELECT SANWO-OLU ®™√ INN Nigeria © CHIEF SHODERU INSTALLED AS 4TH PRESIDENT OF ICCI, SENATOR ABIRU EXPRESSES OPTIMISM ABOUT NEW LEADERSHIP ®™√ INN Nigeria ©
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2022
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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: CIRCUMSTANCES WHEN GHUSL (OBLIGATORY BATH) IS REQUIRED & HOW GHUSL IS PERFORMED ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

img 20220328 wa00267E2 12003870271580348548. 1. After the discharge of semen, as a result of stimulation whether asleep or awake, (i.e. in a wet dream). This state is known as “JUNUB” in Arabic. If no wetness is traced in one’s clothing,
bathing is not obligatory. But, in case wetness or moistness is found without recalling any dream, ghusl becomes obligatory.
2. After sexual intercourse (or the mere coming together of the
sexual organs of the man and woman, even though there may be no actual ejaculation), ghusl is obligatory.
3. A woman has to perform ghusl, after the menstrual period.
4. A woman has to perform ghusl, 40 days after childbirth or after child delivery.
5. When a disbeliever newly embraces Islam, he has to perform ghusl.
6. When a Muslim dies, a ghusl is required for him/her.
HOW GHUSL IS PERFORMED
Both the essential and voluntary acts are now integrated here below to demonstrate how the Prophet (Peace be upon him) used to perform the ghusl:
I. Intend by heart to perform ghusl - and say Bismillah.
B. Wash both hands up to the wrists three times.
C. Wash one’s sex organs.
D. Perform wudhu as usual in the manner already prescribed, except that the washing of feet would be delayed until later when the rest of the body is bathed.
E. Pour water over the head three times, massaging the hair to allow the water to reach its roots.
F. Pour water liberally over the entire body, starting with the right side and then the left, ensuring that no part of the body is left untouched by water, including armpits, inside the earlobes, inside the navel, between fingers and toes etc.,
NOTES:
1. A woman performs ghusl just as the man does, except that if she has plaited hair, she need not undo it. She only needs to throw three handfuls of water over her head.
2. After completing the ghusl a person may recite the supplication for concluding the ghusl, which should be recited outside the bathroom/toilet, the same supplication is recited after completing the wudhu.
3. When water is just nearby, but the person could not fetch it due to fear for his/her life, family and wealth (e.g. danger from beasts or lawless human beings in the vicinity) then, Tayammum can be performed.
4. When there is not enough water and one is forced to save what is available for drinking and/or cooking, then Tayammum is allowed.
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1. After the discharge of semen, as a result of stimulation whether asleep or awake, (i.e. in a wet dream). This state is known as “JUNUB” in Arabic. If no wetness is traced in one’s clothing, bathing is not obligatory. But, in

May
2022
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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: MATTERS THAT INVALIDATE THE WUDHU & THE EARTH (SOIL) TO BE USED FOR AT-TAYAMMUM ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

img 20220328 wa00317E2 28072318039134098887. The person will remain in a state of wudhu until any of the following matters is committed.
1. Passing of excrement, urine or wind. When someone passes urine and/or excrement, it becomes mandatory for such a person to remove the filthiness of these things before performing wudhu. Clean water should be used for this purpose. The person may also resort to the use of certain dry objects, such as stones, dry wood or tissue to remove the filth. This is known as “Istijmaar”. While using these dry objects, it is preferable to use them in odd numbers, such as 3 or 5 etc., The person should ensure that no drops of urine or stains of foulness remain on his/her body or clothes.
2. However, in the case of persons afflicted with permanent wetting, or frequent passing of wind and women suffering from prolonged flows of blood, such persons are required to perform wudhu only once, immediately before the start of the prayer. Their wudhu would remain valid, even if the above problems occur, while that person is in the middle of prayer.
3. Eating camel’s meat.
4. Sleeping, during which a person loses consciousness.
5. Loss of consciousness from insanity, fainting, etc.
6. Touching of sexual organs intentionally, directly and when naked or unclothed.
THE EARTH (SOIL) TO BE USED FOR AT-TAYAMMUM
Tayammum is ritual purification with clean earth, soil, sand or
stone.
HOW TO PERFORM Al-TAYAMMUM
1. The person should first intend by heart to perform al- Tayammum.
2. Strike the soil with the palms of both hands.
3. Wipe the face using both palms once.
4. Thereafter, the person uses the left palm to wipe the back of the right hand up to the wrist and then uses the right palm to wipe over the back of the left hand up to the wrist.
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The person will remain in a state of wudhu until any of the following matters is committed. 1. Passing of excrement, urine or wind. When someone passes urine and/or excrement, it becomes mandatory for such a person to remove the filthiness of

Apr
2022
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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: ESSENTIAL ACTS OF WUDHU & WUDHU CONDITIONS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

img 20220328 wa00277E2 11470103366090432269. 1. Acceptance of the Islamic faith.
2. Sanity.
3. Consciousness.
4. Intention (An-niyyah). The intention need not be uttered but is kept in mind during the Wudhu.
5. Purifying oneself from urine and excrement by using water (Istinja), stone or tissue (Istijmar) and also purifying from all kinds of impurities.
6. Using clean and lawful (halal) water.
7. Ensuring that the water is not prevented from reaching the skin.
In the case of those who are afflicted with the physical condition of permanent wetting of urine (incontinence), frequent passing of wind or for women suffering from prolonged flows of blood, they should take wudhu when prayer time is due. Their wudhu is not broken, even if any of the above affliction occurs, while they are in prayer.
1. Washing the entire face once (including rinsing of the mouth and cleaning of nostrils.
2. Washing each arm up to the elbows once.
3. Wiping the whole head once by wiping wet hands from the hairline to the nape of the neck and back.
4. Washing both feet up to the ankles.
5. Ensuring that the above (4) acts are performed in the given sequence.
6. Performing the wudhu actions continuously and without unnecessary until completion.
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1. Acceptance of the Islamic faith. 2. Sanity. 3. Consciousness. 4. Intention (An-niyyah). The intention need not be uttered but is kept in mind during the Wudhu. 5. Purifying oneself from urine and excrement by using water (Istinja), stone or tissue (Istijmar)

Apr
2022
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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: HOW TO PERFORM WUDHU & WIPING OVER THE SOCKS ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

img 20220328 wa00307E27970957748174519890. The essential and voluntary acts are integrated here to demonstrate how the Prophet (Peace be upon him) used to perform wudhu (ritual purification).
1. Making the intention (Niyyah) to perform wudhu as an act of
sincere homage and worship for the pleasure of Allah (SWT). The intention is not to be uttered but it should be kept in mind during the wudhu.
2. Invoking Allah (SWT) at the start of the wudhu by saying “Bismillah” (In the Name of Allah).
3. Washing the hands up to the wrists three times, while rubbing them and allowing the water to reach between the fingers.
4. Rinsing the mouth with water thrice, preferably using “Miswak” - (tooth stick), toothbrush or fingers to brush the teeth and the gums. Regarding the importance of mistakes, the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said, “If it had not been a great burden on my Ummah, I would have ordered them to use the miswak at every wudhu.” Narrated by Imam Malik.
5. Cleaning the nostrils by sniffing water in and out three times.
6. Washing the entire face thrice using both hands from the top of the forehead down to the bottom of the chin and from ear to ear.
7. Washing the arms three times up to the upper end of the elbows, the right arm first and then the left. Arms should be rubbed while being washed.
8. Moistening both hands and passing them over the head starting from above the forehead down to the nape (the back of the head) and from there bringing the hands forward up to the forehead. Do not wet the neck.
9. From the head, without wetting the hands again wipe the earlobes, using the forefingers to wipe the inner part of the lobes and the thumbs for the outside part.
10. Washing both feet up to the ankles three times, beginning with the right foot and the left foot. Both feet should be rubbed while they are being washed and water should freely pass between the toes.
WIPING OVER THE SOCKS
1. If someone’s wudhu gets nullified, then it is allowed to wipe over the socks with wet hands, instead of washing both feet when renewing one’s wudhu, on the condition that the socks were put on after washing the feet in the first wudhu and before the same was nullified.
2. A traveller may avail himself of this privilege continuously for three consecutive days and nights (72 hours), but a resident may do so for only one day and one night continuously (24 hours). The period begins with the first wiping and not when one makes wudhu initially.
HOW WIPING OVER THE SOCKS IS DONE
Wiping is done according to the traditions of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) as follows: After removing the shoes, wet hands are passed only over the upper surface of the socks without the need to wipe the bottom part (sole).
WHEN THE WIPING PRIVILEGE CEASES OR IS FORFEITED
The wiping privilege becomes useless if one or more of the following occurs.
1. When the maximum timing allowed as discussed above end.
2. The moment the socks are removed.
3. When any of the cases requiring Ghusl (a complete bath) occur.
IZZULLAHI

The essential and voluntary acts are integrated here to demonstrate how the Prophet (Peace be upon him) used to perform wudhu (ritual purification). 1. Making the intention (Niyyah) to perform wudhu as an act of sincere homage and worship for the pleasure

Apr
2022
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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: TYPES OF WATER & IMPURITIES ®™√ INN Nigeria©

img 20220328 wa00227E22487191870681071667. Water can be divided into 2 categories:
1. CLEAN Water which is permissible for Wudhuo;
2. UNCLEAN water, which is not permissible for Wudhu.
CLEAN WATER:
Mutlaq Water - Natural water such as Rainwater, Seawater and altered water because of its being in a place for a long time, like a pond or lake and is mixed with algae, tree leaves etc., which cannot be removed from it.
Water even though mixed with clean elements such as soap, flour or salt etc. to some extent, can still be called water.
A large quantity of water, which is equal to or more than 2 Quallas. This water, even if it is mixed with impure substances, but does not change its taste, colour or odour, is considered clean water.
Note: 1 Qulla is equivalent to about 95.62 litres.
UNCLEAN WATER:
If any impurities are mixed with a small quantity of water, - which is less than 2 Quallas, then this water is considered unclean, regardless of whether or not there is a relative change in taste, colour or odour of the water.
If any of the impurities are combined with a large quantity of water - 2 Quallas or more, but the taste, colour or odour of water is already changed or altered.
IMPURITIES
i. Human excrement
b. His urine
c. Shed blood - Bloodshed under any circumstances.
d. Dog’s saliva
e. The urine and stool of animals are not permissible to eat.
f. Swine
g. Dead animals except:
Dead animals of the sea and locusts
Dead animals that have no running blood e.g. a fly Hair, fur, feathers, bones, horns and hoofs of dead animals that are permissible to eat when they were alive.
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Water can be divided into 2 categories: 1. CLEAN Water which is permissible for Wudhuo; 2. UNCLEAN water, which is not permissible for Wudhu. CLEAN WATER: Mutlaq Water – Natural water such as Rainwater, Seawater and altered water because of its being

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