Pearl of Wisdom

Those who refuse to pay the alms-tax ask to be returned to the world at the time of death, as per Allah's verse in the Qur'an: When death comes to one of them, he says, lWy Lord! Take me back, that I may act righteously in what I have left behind.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 96, p. 21, no. 50

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Question : #230 Category: Women's Issues
Subject: nails and performing wudhu
Question: Some women let their nails grow longer than necessary for beauty. Sometimes a nail breaks up, requiring a cover that must be placed over the broken nail.
Knowing that such a cover prevents water from reaching the nail in wudhu and ghusl, is it permissible to use it? How should wudhu and ghusl be performed with that cover?
Answer: Wudhu and ghusl with such a cover over the nail is not valid; therefore, it is necessary to remove it for ablutions. And the purpose mentioned above for the cover is not justifiable.

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