Offering Salah while one's hands are amputated

Q: What is the ruling on a Muslim who cannot make Wudu’ (ablution) because their hands are amputated? Is it obligatory upon them to perform Salah (prayer)?

A: Salah is obligatory upon every Muslim as long as they are sane, mature and of sound mind, as these constitute the locus of Taklif (meeting the conditions to be held legally accountable for actions). The obligation to perform Salah is not removed due to amputation of an organ or a disease or any similar contingencies. General proofs from the Qur’an, the Sunnah and consensus of scholars support this ruling. (Part No. 6; Page No. 371) However, if a Muslim suffers a wound in their body that prevents them from performing all the obligations and pillars of Salah, they should perform it according to their own capacity. Similarly, if a Muslim whose hands are amputated is able to make Wudu’ by themselves or by the help of another person, they should do so; otherwise, Wudu’ is no longer obligatory on them and they should perform Salah in their current state according to their own capacity. Allah (Exalted be He) says: So keep your duty to Allâh and fear Him as much as you can He (Glorified and Exalted be He) says: Allâh burdens not a person beyond his scope. May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.