Wear gold on feet.

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Salaams Brother,


I have two questions


Can we wear gold in our feet (ankle)?

Do we have to do Wadhu with every prayer? (If we feel we are still fit to perform the next prayer)


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Wear gold on feet

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Your Question: Can we wear gold in our feet (ankle)?

Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 808         Narrated by Abu Musa Ash'ari

The Prophet (saws) said: ‘Wearing silk and gold has been made unlawful for the males of my Ummah and lawful for their females.’


Allah Subhanah and His Messenger (saws) have permitted and declared it lawful for the believing woman to adorn herself with gold ornaments; and there is absolutely no harm if she wears it on her hands,  her feet, or even on her head, if she wishes to do so!  


Your Question: Do we have to do Wadhu with every prayer? (If we feel we are still fit to perform the next prayer)

The acts or things which generally break or invalidate one’s state of ‘wudu’ or ablution are:

  1. Any release from one’s private parts (urine, sexual emission, wet dream release, menses blood for women, stool, wind, etc.)
  2. Deep sleep
  3. sexual intercourse


There is no time period for the validity of one’s state of ‘wudu’ in Shariah; provided one did not do any of the above listed three things which invalidate or break one’s ‘wudu’, one would be considered to be in the state of ‘wudu’ and eligible to make themselves available for prayer.


Say one performs the ‘wudu’ for ‘fajr’ or morning prayers, and does not do anything which would break or invalidate their state of ‘wudu’….they are at liberty to offer their ‘dhuhr’, ‘asr’, ‘magrib’ and ‘isha’ prayers in that same state of ‘wudu, if indeed they wish to do so.


Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allah’s Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone.  Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.


Your brother and well wisher in Islam,





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