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Does smoking break the wudhu?

Question:
Does smoking break the wudhu?

Response:
Although smoking is not advisable because it is not good for your health nor for the health of those who come close to you, it doesn't break your wudhu. However, it is advisable that before saying your prayers, especially with Jama'at, you wash your teeth properly, using toothpaste, so that the smell of the cigarette doesn't cause disturbance for other people who are saying their prayers with you.

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