Q 1: You said, while discussing the chapter on Wudu' (ablution), that
it is sufficient to wash the thick beard with water,
whereas the light beard should be combed from underneath with wet fingers. I hope Your Eminence could point out the ruling in this regard.
If the beard is thick so that the complexion behind it could not be seen, (Part No. 4; Page No. 84) it is sufficient to wash it from outside, even though it is better to comb it from underneath with wet fingers and make water reach the roots of the hair. However, if the beard is light so that the complexion behind it could be seen, it is obligatory to make the water reach the roots of the hair.