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Question ID  4635  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam If the marble floor najas with few drops of urine and remove it with wet towel three times So what is it paak or not because
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
You must wash the Najis area with water. If it was with Kurr water or tab
water then just one time. If small amount of water then three times.
Wassalam
 
Question ID  4615  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam alakium To follow up on Question ID 4612. I removed the water as much as I could do. But little water remained which dried up by itself. Why do I have to wipe the water off when I used water from a kurr source?? please answer me quick Sayyed. Thank you.
 
Answer:-  You have taken water from Kurt which means you separated it from the Kurt.

On Tue, 5 Mar 2019 at 18:17, Ali Reply-To: <
wabil1895232@wabil.com> wrote:

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> Category : Taharat / Najasat
> Question : Salam alakium
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> To follow up on Question ID 4612. I removed the water as much as I could
> do. But little water remained which dried up by itself. Why do I have to
> wipe the water off when I used water from a kurr source?? please answer me
> quick Sayyed. Thank you.
>
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Question ID  4612  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam alakium Sayyed Please answer me quick because I am getting waswasa all the time. My floor became najis with semen and after I removed the semen I filled a glass with water from the tap water and poured water on the floor two times. Is the floor now tahir? what about the water that remains? I read on website of Sistani that if the water is used from a Jug you must remove the remaining water with a cloth because it is considered najis? But I used water from a kurr source. Please answer me quick.
 
Answer:-  You must remove or wipe the water used in purifying the Najis place.
 
Question ID  4607  -  Taharat / Najasat
To follow up on a previous question ( id 4606 ). The najast was still wet when my hand touched the door handle but I’m not sure if that specific wet najis part of my hand actually touched the door handle or not. Is the handle still tahir? Thank you.
 
Answer:-  The handle is not Najis because you are not sure that the Nasat touched it.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

 
Question ID  4606  -  Taharat / Najasat
Part of my hand had najasat on it. I then touched the door handle with the same hand but I’m not sure if the Najis part also touched the door handle or not but I think it did. Is the door handle najis?
 
Answer:-  Not Najis unless you are sure that the Najis part touched with wetness.
 
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