Is it permissible for a person to say Tasmiyah in the Wudoo’ specified area on commencing Wudoo’ ?

Question 165What is the ruling on Tasmiyah (saying, “Bismillaah [In the Name of Allaah]”) two meters away from the toilet in a Masjid (mosque)? Is that permissible or not?

Answer: Part of the Islaamic etiquette of entering the toilet is to enter with the left foot first and mention the Name of Allaah before entering, saying: “Bismillaah, Allaahumma innee a`oodu bika min al-khubthi wa al-khabbaa’ith [In the Name of Allaah. O Allaah, I seek refuge with You from male and female devils].” If one wants to perform Wudoo’ (ablution) in the Wudoo’ area… read more here.

Is it permissible for a person whose right arm is amputated to use their left for doing everything?

Question 164A man had his right arm amputated so he uses the left for doing everything, such as Istinjaa’ (cleansing the private parts with water after urination or defecation), Madmadah (rinsing the mouth), and so on. Is doing so permissible? Also, this man cannot wash all the parts of his back when performing Ghusl (full ritual bath). Is it permissible for him to perform Ghusl with the help of his wife?

Answer: The general ruling regarding Istinjaa’ according to Sharee`ah (Islaamic law) is that people use their left hand. However, Madmadah and Istinshaq (sniffing water into the nose and then expelling it) are to be done with the right hand. This is to honor the right hand and protect it from filth. A proof of this is the Hadeeth narrated by `Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) who said… read more here.

Does a small amount of Najaasah render a pig pool Najis?

Question 163We have a swimming pool at home, but some Najaasah (ritual impurity) fell into it. It was a small amount, only filling a teacup. The swimming pool is twelve meters. Would its water be Najis (ritually impure) and should not be used for swimming? Please advise, may Allaah reward you with the best!

Answer: Water is judged to be Najis if its color, taste, or smell changes due to Najaasah… read more here.

Is it permissible to use water mixed with Javelle water for Wudoo’?

Question 162Is it permissible to use water mixed with Javelle water (used as a disinfectant) for Wudoo’ (ablution)? What is the ruling if no other water is available?

Answer: If such substance which is mixed with water is not Najis (ritually impure) and does not cause the water to be given a different name, it does not cause water to lose its purity, and consequently a person may use it to perform Wudoo’… read more here.

Wudoo’ made from a tank, in which a pigeon has died and the smell of water has changed

Question 161What is the ruling on the Wudoo’ (ablution) of some people who used water from a tank, then after a week discovered a dead pigeon inside it? They kept using water from the tank for Wudoo’ and Tahaarah (ritual purification) for a week before they discovered the dead pigeon until the smell of water changed. We appreciate your advice. May Allaah reward you with the best!

Answer: All the people who performed Wudoo’ from the water referred to in the question, after its characteristics had changed due to the death of a pigeon inside the tank, have to repeat the Salaahs (Prayers) for which they performed Wudoo’ from that altered water. This is because they have been performing Wudoo’ from Najis (ritually impure) water which does not remove the state of Hadath (ritual impurity that invalidates ablution). And Allaah knows best… read more here.

Performing Wudoo’ with leftover drinking water from animals lawful to eat?

Question 160Is it permissible to perform Wudoo’ (ablution) with drinking water left over by animals, such as cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, and donkeys, even if this water is placed in a container?

Answer: If this foam, which is mixed with water and used in putting out fires, is made of impure substances that change the characteristics of water, it will not be permissible to use it in performing Wudoo’… read more here.

Is it permissible to perform Wudoo’ with water mixed with foam, which is used in putting out fires?

Question 159The barrels which are used in putting out fire are filled with water and sometimes it is mixed with foam, which changes its characteristics. Is it permissible to use this water in performing Wudoo’ (ablution)? It is worth mentioning that this foam is made of organic substances such as the wastes of animals.

Answer: If this foam, which is mixed with water and used in putting out fires, is made of impure substances that change the characteristics of water, it will not be permissible to use it in performing Wudoo’… read more here.

Does water lose its purity when a person places his hand into it upon waking up?

Question 158The Messenger of Allaah (peace be upon him) said: When any of you wakes up from sleep, he must not put his hand in the bowl (of water) until he has washed it three times, for he does not know where his hand was during the night. (Related by Muslim)

Does a person placing his hand in a bowl containing water upon waking up at night defile the purity of the water, in which case he will not be permitted to perform Wudoo’ (ablution) with it? Or does it maintain its state of purity, and therefore it will be permissible for him to perform Wudoo’ with it? Which is correct and preferable? We appreciate your advice. May Allaah reward you with the best.

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Compliance with the prohibition stated in this Hadeeth is Ta`abbudee (a devotional obedience; the reason of its legislation lies beyond rational analysis). A person placing his hand in water upon waking up does not necessarily defile the purity of the water. The correct opinion is that it is permissible to perform Wudoo’ with such water… read more here.

Miscarriage during the fourth month of pregnancy

Question 157Is a woman who miscarries during the first four months of pregnancy considered to be in a postpartum state or should she perform Salaah (prayer) regularly?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a woman miscarries in the fourth month in which the fetus’s features can be identified, then the discharge is considered postpartum bleeding. She should not perform Salaah (Prayer) or Sawm (Fast) until she is purified, nor should she have sex with her husband… read more here.

Miscarriage during the first three months of pregnancy

Question 156Is a woman who miscarries during the first four months of pregnancy considered to be in a postpartum state or should she perform Salaah (prayer) regularly?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a woman miscarries in the fourth month in which the fetus’s features can be identified, then the discharge is considered postpartum bleeding. She should not perform Salaah (Prayer) or Sawm (Fast) until she is purified, nor should she have sex with her husband… read more here.

Should a woman make up for what she missed of days of Sawm and Salaah after giving birth to a baby?

Question 155Does a woman have to make up for Salaah (Prayer) and Sawm (fasting) after she gives birth or not?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. A woman must not observe Salaah or Sawm while she is menstruating or in her postpartum period. If menstrual or postpartum bleeding stops during the days of her menstruation or postpartum period, she should take Ghusl (ritual bath), perform Wudoo’ (ablution), offer the Salaah that is due at that time and observe Sawm… read more here.

Foreplaying with one’s wife in her postpartum period before her completing forty days

Question 154Is it permissible for a husband to be intimate with his wife, without having vaginal intercourse with her, during the postpartum period before the passage of forty days, even if she is still bleeding?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Yes! It is permissible to do so. But the Sunnah in this regard is to ask her to tie a waist-wrapper, for it was reported that `Aa’ishah (may Allah be pleased with her) said: “During my menses, the Messenger (peace be upon him) used to ask me to wear an Izaar (garment worn below the waist), and then he would fondle me.”… read more here.

After her delivery, she does not experience postpartum bleeding, is it permissible for her to perform Salaah etc?

Question 153If after a pregnant woman gives birth to her baby she does not experience postpartum bleeding, is it permissible for her husband to have sexual intercourse with her? Can she offer Salaah (Prayer) and Sawm (Fasting) or not?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a pregnant woman gives birth without postpartum bleeding, she should perform Ghusl (ritual bath), offer Salaah and observe Sawm. Her husband can have sexual intercourse with her but after she takes Ghusl (ritual bath), because in most cases there is usually some blood, even if it is little, which is discharged while or after giving birth to a baby… read more here.

If postpartum bleeding stops before the completion of forty days, is it permissible for a woman to perform Salaah and observe Sawm?

Question 152If postpartum bleeding stops before the completion of forty days, is a woman permitted to perform Ghusl (ritual bath) and offer Salaah (Prayer) even if this bleeding returns before the forty days are over?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a woman in the postpartum period sees that she has become pure before the forty days are over, she should take Ghusl and then observe Salah and Sawm (Fasting), and her husband may have sexual intercourse with her. If the bleeding continues after the fortieth day, she should consider herself as having the same ruling as Taahir (ritually pure) women, because forty days is the maximum postpartum period length according to the more correct of the two scholarly views… read more here.

Sexual intercourse with a woman who is in her postpartum period if blood ceases before completing forty days

Question 151After twenty-two days of postpartum hemorrhage, he had sexual intercourse with his wife. Later, he heard some shaykhs of Masjids (mosques) saying that a woman who has not completed the period of postnatal bleeding but the bleeding has stopped, may perform Ghusl (ritual bath) and observe Salaah (prayer). He is asking about the ruling on having sexual intercourse with the wife before the end of her postpartum period?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The majority of scholars are of the opinion that the longest postpartum period is forty days and their nights, based on the report of ‘Aboo Daawood and Al-Tirmidee on the authority of Umm Salamah (may Allaah be pleased with her) that she said… read more here.

Applying henna to hands and hair during menstruation

Question 150Is it permissible for me to apply henna to my hands and hair during the time of my menstrual period?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is permissible for you, for the basic principle in this regard is permissibility since there is no Shar‘ee (Islaamic legal) text to the effect of prohibition… read more here.

Taking pills for restoring menstural periods

Question 149My wife has not had her monthly period for over five months, and she is not pregnant according to tests and medical examinations. The doctor has prescribed pills for her so that she can have her period. Can she take these pills?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is permissible for her to take the pills as long as the doctor affirms that they do not have effects that are more harmful than or equal to the benefit of taking them… read more here.

What is the ruling on the menstruating woman entering a Masjid?

Question 148Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to enter the Masjid (mosque)? What is the evidence for this?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. A menstruating woman is not permitted to enter the Masjid, except by way of passing by or crossing through it, if she needs to, like the case of a person who is junub (in a state of major ritual impurity), for Allaah (Exalted be He) says (what means)… read more here.

Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to perform Salaah?

Question 147Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to offer Salaah (Prayer)? Is it permissible for a person to have conjugal intercourse with his wife on the night of ‘Eed-ul-Ad-haa (the Festival of the Sacrifice) and that of Laylat-ul-Qadr (the Night of Decree)? When is it unlawful for a Muslim husband to have intercourse with his wife?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Firstly: It is not permissible for a menstruating woman to offer Salaah as long as she is menstruating. A menstruating woman is exempted from the duty of offering Salaah and she is not required to make up for the Salaah she missed after the end of menstruation. Once the menstruation period ends, the woman has to perform Ghusl (ritual bath) and offer the duly current Salaah… read more here.

When is it unlawful for a man to have intercourse with his wife?

Question 146Is it permissible for a menstruating woman to offer Salaah (Prayer)? Is it permissible for a person to have conjugal intercourse with his wife on the night of ‘Eed-ul-Ad-haa (the Festival of the Sacrifice) and that of Laylat-ul-Qadr (the Night of Decree)? When is it unlawful for a Muslim husband to have intercourse with his wife?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Firstly: It is not permissible for a menstruating woman to offer Salaah as long as she is menstruating. A menstruating woman is exempted from the duty of offering Salaah and she is not required to make up for the Salaah she missed after the end of menstruation. Once the menstruation period ends, the woman has to perform Ghusl (ritual bath) and offer the duly current Salaah… read more here.

Using pills to stop my menstrual period during the month of Ramadaan?

Question 144Usually my monthly period lasts for nine or ten days. After I become pure and start doing the house chores, I bleed once more but intermittently, which confuses me. Therefore, I would like to know the exact duration of the menstrual period. If it comes back after elapse of the time stated in Sharee‘ah that a period may last, is it permissible for me to fast, pray, and go to the Haraam to make ‘Umrah (Lesser pilgrimage)? Is it permissible for me to use pills to stop my menstrual period during the month of Ramadaan. Is this permissible or Haraam (prohibited)?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. First: The duration of your menstrual period is the length of time your period usually lasts, which in your case is nine or ten days. When the bleeding ceases after these nine or ten days, you should take Ghusl (ritual bath) and then you can pray, fast, or circumambulate the Ka‘bah during Hajj or ‘Umrah, or do any supererogatory acts of worship… read more here.

Performing Saalah in sheep pens

Question 143Is it permissible to wash the head using camel urine and to offer Salaah (Prayer) with it on the head? 

Question 142: Is it permissible to wash the head using sheep urine and to offer Salaah with it on the head?

Question 142: Is it permissible to perform Salaah in sheep pens?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. First: The urine of animals whose meat is permissible to eat is Taahir (pure) and if it is used on the body for some purpose, there is nothing wrong with praying while having it on… read more here.

If a pregnant woman bleeds, is she permitted to perform Salaah and Sawm?

Question 145A pregnant woman experiences non-menstrual bleeding during the noble month of Ramadaan. In spite of that she continues to offer Salaah (Prayer) and observe Sawm (Fast), is this right?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The blood that a pregnant woman discharges is not menstrual; rather it is irregular non-menstrual vaginal bleeding. Thus, this woman has to perform Wudoo’ after the start of the due time of every Salaah and offer Salaah. It is also permissible for her husband to have conjugal intercourse with her. She should fast Ramadaan and not make it up later… read more here.

Washing head with camel’s urine

Question 142Is it permissible to wash the head using camel urine and to offer Salaah (Prayer) with it on the head? 

Question 142: Is it permissible to wash the head using sheep urine and to offer Salaah with it on the head?

Question 142: Is it permissible to perform Salaah in sheep pens?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. First: The urine of animals whose meat is permissible to eat is Taahir (pure) and if it is used on the body for some purpose, there is nothing wrong with praying while having it on… read more here.

Is the blood of legally edible animals pure or not?

Question 141 Is the blood of animals that are lawful to be eaten according to Islaamic law, such as sheep and cows, Najis (impure)?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The Masfooh (spilled, poured forth) blood of slaughtered animals whose meat is lawful to be eaten like sheep and cows is Najis (impure); whereas, the blood remaining in the veins and meat of the slaughtered animal is Taahir (pure)… read more here.

Performing Salaah while one’s body and clothes stained with blood of an animal ?

Question 140Some Muslims come to the Masjid (mosque) to offer Salaah (Prayer) while their clothes are stained with blood. When they are advised to remove the blood, they reply that it is the blood of a sacrificial animal whose meat is Halaal (lawful) and its blood does not invalidate Salaah. Is this statement true or not? Is it permissible to offer Salaah when a person’s skin or clothes have been stained with blood or not?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Tahaarah (purity) as well as permissibility are the basic rule of things. Nothing should be declared Haraam (forbidden) or Najis (impure) unless there is evidence for it. There is no absolute correlation between what is forbidden and what is impure; everything impure is forbidden, but not everything forbidden is impure… read more here.

Does wiping off the Najaasah that may fall on furniture or carpets many times make it pure?

Question 139Is it sufficient to wipe off the Najaasah (impurity) that may fall on furniture or carpets three times with a sponge, or what should a Muslim do?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is not sufficient to just wipe off the Najaasah that falls on the domestic items mentioned above; rather, abundant water must be poured over it until it overrides the urine or similar impurity that fell on it. In addition, if the Najaasah is solid, it must be removed… read more here.

Is the small amount of Najaasah as blood, pus, and matter excused?

Question 138What is the ruling on a small amount of Najaasah (impurity); for example a drop of blood that is similar, in size, to a grain of pearl millet?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Najaasah – whether a small or large amount – excluding blood, pus and matter, is not excused. With regard to blood, pus and matter, a small amount of them is excused, if they come out of any part of the body other than the private parts… read more here.

Does the elapse of Salaah time invalidate Tayammum ?

Question 137The time of Duhr (Noon) Prayer was due when I was at a place where there was no water, so I offered Duhr Prayer after performing Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth). After Salaah, I was sure that my Tayammum had not been invalidated until the time of ‘Asr (Afternoon) Prayer was due, so I offered Salaah without performing Tayammum again. Is the second Salaah valid or not? Should I perform Tayammum after the time of each prayer is due?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The sound view of scholars is that Tayammum is not invalidated by the end of the prayer time for which a person performed Tayammum; rather it is invalidated when water is present or by the occurrence of any of the annulments of Wudoo’ (ablution)… read more here.

Does one Tayammum suffice instead of both: Ghusl and Wudoo’ ?

Question 136Does one Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth) suffice instead of both: Ghusl (ritual bath) and Wudoo’ (ablution)? Or should a person perform Tayammum twice?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Only one Tayammum is sufficient for all major and minor impurities if the intention is made for that… read more here.

What is the extent of sickness that permits a person to perform Tayammum, even if water is available?

Question 135What is the extent of sickness that permits a person to perform Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth), even if water is available?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. The extent of any sickness in which it is permissible for a person to perform Tayammum, is if using water may aggravate the sickness or delay the process of the healing of wounds… read more here.

Is it permissible for a traveler to perform many obligatory Salaahs with one Tayammum

Question 134Since travelers are permitted to shorten Salaah (Prayers) and perform Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth), are they also permitted to perform one Tayammum for the Five Obligatory Daily Prayers or should they perform Tayammum for every prayer?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is sufficient for them to perform Tayammum once for offering more than one obligatory Salaah or supererogatory ones as long as they remain in a state of Tahaarah (ritual purification) [have not invalidated Tayammum] and cannot find water. This is according to the more correct of the two opinions held by the scholars… read more here.

Is it permissible for the one who performs Tayammum to touch Mus-haf?

Question 133We live in the desert and I love reciting the Qur’aan. However, sometimes and due to the lack of water, I put the Mus-haf (copy of the Qur’aan) on the ground, and perform Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth) before touching it. Is it permissible for a person who has made Tayammum to touch the Qur’aan, or not? Please enlighten us, may Allaah enlighten you and reward you with good.

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a Muslim cannot use or find water, they are permitted to make Tayammum and then to touch the Mus-haf… read more here.

Performing Tayammum instead of Wudoo’ to catch the congregational Salaah

Question 132In a case where someone comes to the Masjid (mosque) after Iqaamah (call to start the Prayer) has already been called, is it permissible for them to perform Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth) to catch the congregational Salaah (prayer)?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. It is not permissible to perform Tayammum (instead of Wudoo’) to catch the congregational Salaah. Tahaarah (ritual purification) with water must be performed, even if doing so will result in missing the prayer in congregation… read more here.

A person is 50 kilometers away from water and has cars that bring water to perform Tayammum

Question 131We are a group of Bedouins living in the desert and the nearest available source of water is fifty kilometers away. We carry water on our vehicles for our families to use and our camels and cattle to drink. Is it obligatory on us to perform Wudoo’ (ablution) and Ghusl (ritual bath) following major ritual impurity, although some houses are inhabited by ten or more people? Is it permissible for us to perform Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth) instead? Please, answer us.

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Allaah (Exalted be He) has made it obligatory to perform Wudoo’ and Ghusl when water is available, and He also made it obligatory to perform Tayammum when water is not available or when it is difficult to use due to an illness or the like. Allaah (Exalted be He) says (what means)… read more here.

What is the ruling on Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth) ?

Question 130What is the ruling on Tayammum (dry ablution with clean earth)?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. If a Muslim cannot find water (to perform ablution), cannot use water, or risks being physically harmed if they use water, performing Tayammum becomes Waajib (obligatory)… read more here.

Is taking Janaabah Ghusl compensatory for Ghusl for Jumu’ah or after-menstruation or after-postpartum bleeding Ghusl?

Question 129Is taking Ghusl (ritual bath) following major ritual impurity compensatory for Ghusl on Friday or after menstruation or postpartum period?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. In case it is obligatory for a person to have more than one Ghusl, only one Ghusl is sufficient for all states if they intend to eliminate the reasons necessitating Ghusl and thus be able to perform Salaah (prayer) and other acts of worship necessitating Tahaarah (ritual purification), such as Tawaaf (circumambulation around the Ka‘bah). This is because the Prophet (peace be upon him) said… read more here.

Does taking Janaabah Ghusl exempt a person from Wudoo’ ?

Question 128Does taking Ghusl (ritual bath following major ritual impurity) exempt a person from Wudoo’ (ablution), given that the person intends to offer Salaah (Prayer) after Ghusl, or should they perform Wudoo’ besides Ghusl?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Yes, Ghusl is enough; it makes up for Wudoo’ if a person intends to do both. They can offer Salaah as long as they do not invalidate their Wudoo’. If they intend to perform Ghusl only, it does not make up for Wudoo’, according to the most correct opinion of scholars. It was authentically reported from the Prophet (peace be upon him) that he said… read more here.

If one has Janaabah Ghusl, can they pour water over their bodies without rubbing?

Question 127Would it be acceptable for a person who performs Ghusl (ritual bath) following Janaabah (major ritual impurity related to sexual discharge) if he makes the water reach all parts of his body without rubbing it?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. Neither Wudoo’ (ablution) nor Ghusl necessitates rubbing the whole body or the parts that must be washed, according to the more correct of the two views held by the scholars. So, it would be sufficient for a person who is Junub (in a state of major ritual impurity) to make the water reach all parts of their body… read more here.

Is there any difference in Janaabah Ghusl between men and women ?

Question 126Is there a difference between men’s and women’s Ghusl (ritual bath) following major ritual impurity? Does a woman need to loosen her hair to wash it, or is it sufficient for her to pour three handfuls of water on her hair as narrated in the Hadeeth? What is the difference between the Ghusl of Janaabah (major ritual impurity related to sexual discharge) and that of menstruation?

Answer: All praise be to Allaah Alone, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger, and his family and Companions. There is no difference between men and women in terms of the way Ghusl is performed, and neither of them need to loosen their hair to wash it, rather it is sufficient to pour three handfuls of water on the head, then to pour the water over the whole body, for the Hadeeth narrated on the authority of Umm Salamah (may Allaah be pleased with her) that she told the Prophet (peace be upon him)… read more here.