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Question ID  4979  -  Taharat / Najasat
Question ID- 4978, I think there was a malfunction so I’m sending the question again: I would appreciate it if you’d answer them one by one, Wassalm. Follower of Ayatollah Sistani 1)After urinating I was washing myself and during that I had a doubt that i only washed myself once but because I usually have doubts like these which make me stay in the bathroom for very long so I ignored it, was that fine or do I consider myself najis since I don’t know if I washed myself the second time or not? 2) Again I usually doubt a lot whilst in the bathroom and I doubted about a thing whilst cleaning myself but I didn’t know if I had been made tahir for sure now I can’t remember what exactly my concern was, do i just ignore it or do I act upon me not being sure if I’ve been made tahir as an obligatory precaution?
 
Answer:-  Simply, ignore such doubts.
 
Question ID  4978  -  Taharat / Najasat
After urinating I was washing myself and during that I had a doubt that i only washed myself once but because I usually have doubts like these which make me stay in the bathroom for very long so I ignored it, was that fine or do I consider myself najis since I don’t know if I washed myself the second time or not?
 
Answer:-  There are hundreds of published materials from Jewish and Christian persons
who became Muslims. This is one example
https://www.firstthings.com/article/2019/05/why-i-became-muslim
 
Question ID  4977  -  Taharat / Najasat
I thought my wound had scabbed therefore I washed it under water now when I used cotton to clean it blood came out and I couldn’t really see a scab anywhere, do i consider it being dried blood instead of scab therefore making the area najis since I washed it with qalil water or do I assume that the scab came off even though I couldn’t see it and the area is only najis when the wound started bleeding? Follow ayatollah sistani
 
Answer:-  Only if you see the blood, then the area of it is Najis.
 
Question ID  4976  -  Taharat / Najasat
Noticed a scratch on my foot and then I came home and washed it and rubbed my finger on it too, now I don’t know if it scabbed before I washed it or if there was blood on it that could’ve been removed, is it permissible for me to think that it scabbed beforehand and that I didn’t have to remove any blood from it thus making it pak or do I rule it as najis because of the scab which shows that blood must’ve come out?
 
Answer:-  Everything is Taahir for you unless and until you are sure that it is Najis.
Wassalam.
 
Question ID  4975  -  Taharat / Najasat
For washing a place made najis with urine, do two washings include the removal of urine with the first wash and then the second to purify the place OR is it removing the urine then doing the first wash and then the second wash?
 
Answer:-  After removing the urine , two washings are required.
Wassalam.
 
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