Question: Is it permissible to do tayammum on a piece of brick that is as small as a match box?
ANSWER
No, it is not.

Question: Is it permissible to do tayammum on wood ashes?
ANSWER
No, it is not.

Question: When on night duty, I sleep in a room used as a masjid. I have to go out of it very often. Do I have to perform wudu’every time before I step into this room?
ANSWER
No, you do not. But you had better do tayammum every time before you enter there.

Question: If someone has a problem with his hand and thus has doubts about the validity of his tayammum because he thinks that some part is usually left untouched, what should he do?
ANSWER
If he has doubts about it, he should request someone else to help him do tayammum. If there is not anyone to be asked for help, he should do it as much as he is able to.

Question: If a person who is 1,920 meters away from water source has a car, is he allowed to do tayammum?
ANSWER
Yes, he is.

Question: If a person puts on khuffs after doing tayammum and then finds water, is it permissible to do masah over the khuffswhen he performs wudu’ with water?
ANSWER
A person who puts on khuffs after performing tayammum is not allowed to do masah over them when he makes wudu’with water. He has to wash his feet.

Question: If using water for ghusl causes worsening of a disease and a delay in recovery, is it permissible to do tayammuminstead of it?
ANSWER
A sick person can make tayammum if it is understood that having wudu’ghusl, or moving will worsen the sickness and delay the healing, either through his past experience or through the words of a specialized Muslim doctor (who does not commit sins openly).

Question: Is it haram if people see the awrat parts of a person taking ghusl?
ANSWER
Yes, it is haram. When there is a darurat(strong necessity) involving performing ghusl, a man cannot open his awrat parts in the presence of other men and a woman cannot do it in the presence of other women. Under such conditions, it is necessary to do tayammum instead of ghusl. If doing a commandment will cause one to commit a haram, one must not do the commandment lest one will commit the haram. Similarly, if doing a sunnat will cause one to commit a makruh or haramact, one must not do the sunnat then.

Question: Can a person who has done wudu’ follow an imam in salat who has done tayammum?
ANSWER
A person who has done wudu’ can follow someone in salat who has done tayammum, and a person who performs salat standing can follow someone who performs salat sitting.

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