The man having a ḥadath in the midst (of performing) his wuḍū

704- عَنِ ابْنِ جُرَيْجٍ، قَالَ‏:‏ قَالَ عَطَاءٌ‏:‏ إِنْ تَوَضَّأَ رَجُلٌ فَفَرَغَ مِنْ بَعْضِ أَعْضَائِهِ، وَبَقِيَ بَعْضٌ، فَأَحْدَثَ وُضُوءٌ مُسْتَقْبَلٌ‏.‏


704 – Ibn Jurayj said: ʿAṭā said: If a man did wuḍū and he finished from some of his limbs and some remained, (then) he had a ḥadath (i.e. his wuḍū was broken), (he is to do) a fresh wuḍū (from the beginning).


705- عَنْ مَعْمَرٍ، عَنْ قَتَادَةَ، قَالَ‏:‏ إِذَا أَحْدَثَ الرَّجُلُ قَبْلَ أَنْ يُتِمَّ وُضُوءَهُ اسْتَأْنَفَ الْوُضُوءَ‏.‏


705 – Maʿmar from Qatāda.  He said: When the man has had a ḥadath prior to completing his wuḍū he restarts the wuḍū.