Category: Beliefs and Practices (Aqeedah)
Fatwa#: 30093
Asked Country: United Kingdom

Answered Date: Feb 13,2019

Title: Can a woman go to have a shower during her Ramadhan I’tikaf?

Question

Can a woman doing itikaf at home go for a shower due to heat

during ramadhan itikaf? If she does, does her itikaf break?

Answer

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh.

If a person is observing sunnah I’tikaf, he/she cannot go out specifically for a shower. However, if she goes out to relieve herself and the shower is nearby, as in the case of an attached toilet and bathroom, she may take a quick shower with the intention of performing Wudhu.[1]

 

And Allah Ta’āla Knows Best

Mizanur Rahman

Student, Darul Iftaa

UK

 

Checked and Approved by,
Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

 

 


[1] فتاوی محمودیۃ، مفتی محمود حسن گنگوہی (المتوفى:1416هـ)، جامعۃ فاروقيۃ، کراچی، پاکستان (10/243)

عنوان – غسل سنت و تبرید معتکف کا خروج

 

فتاوی قاسميۃ، مفتی شبير احمد قاسمی، مکتبہ اشرفيۃ، ديوبند، انڈيا

عنوان – غسل تبرید کے لۓ مسجد سے باہر نکلنے کا حکم

 

فتاوی دار العلوم زکريا، من افادات مفتی رضاء الحق، زم زم پبلشرز، کراچی، پاکستان، الطبعۃ الاولی (3/339)

عنوان – معتکف کے لۓ غسل تبرید کا حکم

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