By our Shaykh, the ‘Allaamah, the Trustworthy Advisor, Abu ‘Abdirrahman Yahya bin ‘Ali Al-Hajoori – may Allaah preserve him –
Benefits from a lesson on Tahārah, Sahih Muslim, on the 30th, Jumādāl Awwal, 1441H :
If a person in a state of purity removed his khuff for whatever reason; like sand (entering it) or the likes, and then wore them again.
Then this removal does not nullify the ablution, in opposition to the statement of the Majority.
This is what was declared most correct by Shaykh-Ul-Islām.
↪️ Similar to the one who wipes his ‘imāmah and then removes it.
↪️ Or wipes the hair of his head and then shaves it.
Transcribed by : Thābit Al-Hadhrami
Translated by : Abu ‘Abdirrahman ‘Abdullaah bin Ahmed Ash-Shingaani