Removing the Obstruction from One’s Wuḍū’/Ghusl
Q: During an obligatory ghusl, I had failed to remove the obstacle from my feet’s toenails (albeit trying my hardest). Hence, I had made the ghusl with the obstacle intact. Now that the obstacle has been removed, ought I make ghusl again?
A: Assuming the obstacle removal, at the time of the ghusl, was either impossible or unbearably difficult, if one had wiped over that part with one’s wet hand(s), the ghusl would be deemed as a ‘jabīrah‘ ghusl and thus be considered valid.
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