Fatwa ID: 02556
Answered by: Molana Jamal
* Is it wajib, or furdh to be in the state of Wudhu before one can
even enter the Masjid?
* Is it permissible to be vaccinated when the ingredients are halal?
* And, what if the vaccination have haram ingredients, and the doctor
prescribing is not a Muslim one? Is it still permissible?
It is not fardh or wajib to have wudhu to enter the masjid, however, it is mustahab to have wudhu because the masjid is the houses of Allah.
Furthermore, not having wudhu can deprive you of a lot of rewards. The prophet peace and blessings be upon him has said, “The person who remains seated in the masjid after salah, the angels ask Allah to forgive him and to have mercy on him, they continue to do dua till he breaks his wudhu. Mishkat hadith no. 702, vol.1, pg.148-149, Darul kutub al ilmiyah.
Mullah Ali Qari states under this hadith that, although not having wudhu deprives one from the dua of the angels, however, it does not make it impermissible to sit in the masjid without wudhu. Mirqat, pg.595, vol. 2, Darul fikr.
To consume medicine with haram ingredients whether by mouth or vaccination, is allowed only if an experienced and trustworthy doctor has prescribed it. Beheshti zewar, vol. 9, pg. 99, idarah talifat ashrafiyah.
Only Allah knows best.
Written by Molana Jamal
Checked and approved by Mufti Tosir Miah
Darul Ifta Birmingham