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Wuḍū’ Invalidators Arising during One’s Ghusl

Q: Does arising a wuḍū’ invalidators, during one’s ghusl, invalidate the ghusl?

A: Wuḍū’ invalidators, that occur during a ghusl, do not harm the ghusl’s validity; hence, it’s not necessary to restart one’s ghusl assuming a wuḍū’ invalidator occurs. However, with regards the janabāh ghusl, assuming a wuḍū’ invalidators arises half-way through the ghusl, although the ghusl will still be deemed valid, it does not discharge one’s responsibility in making wuḍū’ for prayer purposes – and other actions whose validity/permission depends on one being free from any state of wuḍū’ invalidators.