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Question ID  4912  -  Taharat / Najasat
if marble floor is cold it gets some moisture on it, if we step on it with our dry najis feet or shoes, the feet feels cold afterwards, will the floor be considered najis?
 
Answer:-  It is Not Najis unless it is really wet.


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Question ID  4908  -  Taharat / Najasat
if shoes which have been made najis by blood had sand on them are made pak, is it necessary to remove the sand or dirt because it is hard to do so or can we just wash it thrice with kurr water after removing the blood from the area
 
Answer:-  After removing the blood, washing it one time with Kurr water or three
times with little water is enough to make it Taahir.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  4907  -  Taharat / Najasat
there was blood on the floor and it was quite possible my dad stepped in it and walked into the house, although I can’t see any blood on the house floor which is marble and has moisture on it, do i still need to ask him if there was any blood on the slipper or if he wore it and entered the house or can i just ignore it since theres no blood on the floor
 
Answer:-  You don't need to ask him at all. You should take it as Taahir.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi



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Question ID  4900  -  Taharat / Najasat
qurbani meat was brought in a bag but had blood on it too, that blood after the animal has been cut isn’t najis rigjt? Consequently the bag isnt najis?
 
Answer:-  The remain blood after slaughtering the Halal animal is Not Najis.
Wassalam


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Question ID  4899  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam alakium I saw a wet dog walking up the stairs in the building I live in. When I entered the building my shoes were wet and therefore I assume that my shoes became najis since the dog walked there. Is that correct? Once a week a cleaner come and clean the stairs. He just mob the floor with water and I am therefore afraid that all the stairs are najis? How do I clean my shoe from najasa? I read the following: Ruling 177. Earth purifies the sole of one’s foot or shoe on four conditions: 1. the earth is pure; 2. the earth is dry; 3. based on obligatory precaution, the impurity has come onto the sole of one’s foot or shoe from the earth; 4. an intrinsic impurity – such as blood and urine – or an object that has become impure – such as mud that has become impure and is on the sole of one’s foot or shoe – is removed by walking or by rubbing the foot on earth; and in the event that the intrinsic impurity had previously been removed, then based on obligatory precaution the sole of one’s foot or shoe does not become pure by walking or by rubbing the foot on earth. Furthermore, the earth must be of soil, stone, brick, or something similar; therefore, walking on a rug, ḥaṣīr, and on grass does not purify the impure sole of one’s foot or shoe.
 
Answer:-  The stairs are not Najis because you did not see the legs of the dog wet.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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