After performing Jumu`ah Prayer, a worshipper discovered that he discharged Wady during the Prayer

Q 1: After performing Jumu`ah (Friday) Prayer, a worshipper discovered that he discharged Wady (a thick white secretion discharged by some men after urination) during the Prayer. Should he repeat it as Zhuhr (Noon) Prayer?

A: If a person discharges anything through either of the front or back passages (urethra and anus), such as urine, wind, Madhy (thin white viscid fluid secreted due to sexual thoughts or desire), Wady or stool while performing Salah (Prayer); it is obligatory to discontinue it, perform Istinja' (cleansing the private parts with water after urination or defecation), Wudu' (ablution) and repeat the Salah. If this occurs during Jumu`ah Prayer, one should repeat it as a four-Rak'ah Zhuhr Prayer. The Prophet (peace be upon him) stated: When any of you breaks wind during the Salah, they should turn away, perform Wudu' and repeat the Salah. He (peace be upon him) also stated: Allah does not accept the Salah of any of you if they invalidate their Wudu' until they performs Wudu' (anew). If this is based on doubt or Waswasah (insinuating thoughts from Satan), one should continue the Salah, seek Allah's refuge from Satan, and should not leave. If after Taslim (salutation of peace ending the Prayer) one notices that something was discharged during Salah, one should repeat both Wudu' and Salah. When a person manages to catches up just one Rak`ah of Jumu`ah Prayer with the Imam (the one who leads congregational Prayer), he should add to it another Rak`ah, and thus he is regarded as having offered it, as stated in the authentically reported Hadith from the Prophet (peace be upon him).May Allah grant us success. May Allah's peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and Companions!