Question # : 149456
Answer : 149456
Published on: Apr 4, 2017
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
If your semen is discharged out of lust though it is of low degree then as per the question mentioned above it is mandatory to do ghusl. But if it is due to some disease that the semen is discharged without lust due to pressure or jerk then you may offer salah after washing the place on your body or clothes where it is smeared, ghusl is not necessary in this case, since if semen is discharged out of illness without lust then it shall not make ghusl fardh.
وفرض الغسل عند خروج مني من العضو ......منفصل عن مقره ...بشهوة (در مختار) قال الشامي: "بشهوة" متعلق بقوله "منفصل" احترز به عما لو الفضل بضرب أو حمل ثقيل على ظهره فلا غسل عندنا الخ (در مختار مع الشامى 1/295 296 ، ط: زكريا)
Allah knows Best!
Darul Uloom Deoband
If we are taking bath or ghusal and after finishing of it if hands touch with our private part intentionally or unintentionally then do we have to go for ablution again before pray. It seems un-practical as when we complete our bath and making dry our body with towel, our hands may touch with our private part. Sometime if we are in wudu, and we touch our part and see that there is no any drop of urine is present there. In this the wudu becomes invalid due to touching of the hands to the private part? Please respond with hadith reference.