Fiqh-us-Sunnah - 1.50

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If one has a wet dream but does not find any traces of ejaculation

There is no need for ghusl in this instance either. Ibn al-Mundhir said, "All of the knowledgeable people known to me agree on this point." The hadith of Umm Salamah mentioned earlier supports this proposition.

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If a man squeezes his penis to prevent ejaculation

This also makes ghusl unnecessary. This is based on the hadith which states that ghusl is required if the sperm can be seen. But, if the person walks and cannot control his ejaculation. he must perform ghusl.

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