(The Right Way to Perform Wudu (Ablution 

 Salat is one of the five pillars of Islam, and every day, you must perform salat five times in certain hours for each one. To perform salat, you first need to Perform Wudu (Ablution). The following lines will guide you to the way of right way of ablution for salat.    


Salat is the name for the obligatory prayers which are performed five times a day, and are a direct link between the worshipper and God. There is no hierarchical authority in Islam, and no priests, so the prayers are led by a learned person who knows the Quran well, and he is often chosen by the congregation. These five prayers contain verses from the Quran, and are said in Arabic, the language of the Revelation, but personal supplication can be offered in one's own language.
Prayers are said at: dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset and nightfall, and thus determine the rhythm of the entire day. Although it is preferable to worship together in a mosque, a Muslim may pray almost anywhere, such as in fields, offices, factories and universities. Visitors to the Muslim world are struck by the centrality of prayers in daily life. Muslims know he time of each  salat when they hear the Call to Prayer (Athan).

Call to Prayer (Athan)

A translation of the Call to Prayer is:

God is most great. God is most great.
God is most great. God is most great.
I testify that there is no god except God.
I testify that there is no god except God.
I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of God.
I testify that Muhammad is the messenger of God.
Come to prayer! Come to prayer!
Come to success (in this life and the Hereafter)!
Come to success!
God is most great. God is most great.
There is no god except God. 

How to Perform Wudu (Ablution)?

Step 1:

Intention. Since Islam teaches us that intention forms the basis of any action, it is necessary that, before you perform Wudu, you make the niyyat or intention for it. This will not be a verbal act - you only have to mentally prepare yourself for an act that will cleanse and purify you.

Step 2:

Say Bismillah. Recite bismi-llāhi ar-raḥmāni ar-raḥīmi (In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful).

Step 3:

Begin by washing your hands. Completely wash your right hand three times with clean water, then move on to the left and repeat. When washing, remember not to miss any part of the hands - wash between the fingers and thumb, too.

Step 4:

Rinse mouth. Take water in your right palm and rinse your mouth with it, thrice. Do not swallow the water on purpose, but spit it out every time.

Step 5:

Cleaning the nose. Using your right hand, carefully and gently put water into your nostrils, before exhaling it. Perform this step three times. 


Step 6:

Wash your face. Thoroughly wash your face, beginning from the hairline on your forehead and from one ear to the other. This step, too, must be performed three times.

Step 7:

Wash your arms. Begin with your right hand. Wet it with water, and wash from your wrist up to your elbow. Repeat thrice; then do the same to your left arm

Step 8:

Perform Masah. Usually, Masah refers to the religious act of cleaning one's head, in a specific way, with a small amount of water. For performing Masah, wet your hands and place your palms, flat, on the top of your head (where the hairline begins). Wipe them to the back of your neck, and then back again to the front. Now wet the back of both ears by placing your thumbs behind them. Use your index and middle fingers to wash the front and back of your ears. Masah is done only once. 


Step 9: 

Wash feet. Start with your right foot. Wash it thrice from the toes, up to the ankles. Make sure you wash between your toes, too. Do the same to your left foot. 


 Once Wudu is performed, it does not need to (but can) be performed again until it is invalidated.



مواضيع أخرى: 

صفة الجلوس للتشهد الأول والتشهد الأخير في الصلاة
رقية شرعية قوية للتخلص من الجن المارد بإذن الله
منهُ آيَات محكَماتٌ هُن أُم الكتَابِ وَأُخَر مُتَشابهات | المحكم والمتشابه من القرآن 
جوامـع الدعـاء من الـقرآن الكريم والـسنة الـنبوية
أدعـية جميــلة للــرزق والخيــر
"إنّ بَـعْضَ الـظّنّ إِثْـم" – كلام في سـوء الـظن – للـشـيخ مـحمد راتـب النابلـسي
علاج ماأصــابته الــعين كالــشعر او الــجسم أو غـيره 
لمــن تٌعطى زكــاة الفطر؟ وهل يـجوز تقديمها للأهل؟ وماالقول في تـوكيل شخص بإخراجها؟  
ماحكم الافرازات البنية قبل الدورة او بعدها؟ وهل يجوز الصيام والصلاة بنزولها ؟  
ســـؤال وجــواب حـول كـــفّارة إطــعام 60 مـسكين  
أنــواع الباركـــيه في السوق الـــسعودي