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Benefits of Wudhu in Light of Islam and Science
For us Muslims, wudhu is a form of cleansing and purifying ourselves before offering our prayers. Performing wudhu is mandatory before offering prayers or performing an act of worship such as Adhkar, and any Ibadah cannot commence without it.
Our prayers are not accepted until we purify our body, soul, and mind from filth and dirt. Wudhu has cleaning benefits and improves lifestyle by stimulating blood circulation and removing dirt and germs from the exposed parts of our body.
How to Perform Wudhu (Ablution)?
Ablution – or wudhu in Islam, is one of the most important rituals for Muslims, as we perform it at least five times a day before offering our daily prayers. It helps us attain purity and cleanliness. It makes us mentally and physically ready for our day by performing the steps of rinsing mouth, washing hands, nose, face, ears, hair, arms, and feet.
It may sound simple to some, but it does require attention and time. A hurried wudhu is likely to cause more harm than good! Therefore, one should perform wudhu correctly. [Read more on www.thewudhusocks.com]
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Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Salam, bearing the birth name of Al-Husayn Ibn Salaam, is one of the most sacred of revered personalities whose name will always glitter with devotion to Islam, Allah and the Prophet (S.A.W) across the pages of Islamic history. Hazrat Abdullah was a very faithful and constant companion of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W).