Q: is it necessary to wash feet every time when one does wudu ?
A: no. It is not necessary all the time . When you are wearing thick socks you can do masah over them .
Q: how to do masah ?
A: wet your fingers with water and then putting three fingers onthe toes, pull your hands upwards. Apply the fingers fully and not only the tips. Masah is done on the upper portion of the socks. Masah on soles or on toes only is not complete.
Q: on what kind of socks masah is done?
A: there are three kind of socks over which masah can be done. First of all, the leather socks that cover the feet up to the ankles. Second. Those cotton and woollen socks which alone, without any other cover over them, are thick enough to carry a man for three or four miles without giving way of being torn.
Q: when is masah admissible on socks?
A: when worn after wudu or after washing the feet only and continued to have the socks on, even after the wudu breaks.
Q: for how many days masah is allowed on socks once out on?
A: masah on socks is allowed for a day and night, 24 hours, if one is at home; and three days and night when traveling.
Q: is masah on socks allowed in wudu and ghusul both?
A: no. The masah od socks is allowed in wudu only and not in ghusul.
Q: is masah allowed on torn socks?
A: masah will not be allowed if the socks id so much torn that if opens the feet equal to the three little toes put together or, when walking, opens to that extent. It is allowed if the socks is torn lesser than that.
Masah on jabira
Q: what is jabira ?
A: jabira is the piece of wood (splinter) which is used in bandage to set right the fractured bobes . But here jabira does not mean the splinter only , but also any bandage or plaster over any part of the body .
Q: what are the orders for masah on the bandage, splinter or other sort of covering on wounds ?
A: masah is allowed over the bandage or covering if the removal of the piece of wood, bandage of the coverings is harmful of causees much pain.
Q: on how much of the bandages should masah be done?
A: on the whole of the bandage.
Q: what is the order, if teh removal of the bandage does no harm or causes no pain?
A:if washing of the wound does not do any harm, or is not painful, then it is necessary to wash it. If there is any harm in washing but no harm in diong masah then to do masah on the wounds is wajib. If masah on the wounds may also be harmful, it is allowed to so masah on the bandage or the covering of the wound.