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Question ID  4898  -  Taharat / Najasat
I’m in taqleed of Ayatullah Sistani I wanted to know: 1)if someone steps in a puddle of third mutanajis water with dirt of their feet then walks into another room where it makes a footprint with the dirt and water, is that dirt najis? 2)Similarly if a plastic object is kept in that third mutanajis water then in the bathroom, is the bathroom floor najis?
 
Answer:-  Q1)if someone steps in a puddle of third mutanajis water with dirt of their
feet then walks into another room where it makes a footprint with the dirt
and water, is that dirt najis?
A1) Third Mutanajjis does not transfer Nijasat.

> Q2)Similarly if a plastic object is kept in that third mutanajis water
> then in the bathroom, is the bathroom floor najis?

A2. Not Najis.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  4897  -  Taharat / Najasat
if after the second washing during the third wash water goes to the adjacent body part and is not cleaned is it considered tahir since the object is purified during the second wash and the water was from the third wash?
 
Answer:-  It is Taahir.



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Question ID  4896  -  Taharat / Najasat
Urgent: follow up to question 4870, the bleeding scratch was also sweaty, would that make the sweat on the area next to the scratch najis?
 
Answer:-  Only the sweat which touched the Najis becomes Najis.

Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  4895  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam alakium I am really confused about puryifing a najis floor or carpet. On sistanis website it says: If the carpet and the mattress become najis by the elements that do not have a mass (i.e., do not leave any marks or stains on the carpet or the mattress), it can be purified by sprinkling water over it from a kettle or a jug once until the pure water covers the impure area, and then wipe the water away by using a piece of cloth or a vacuum cleaner, etc. Then it says: It is possible to purify the carpet or the mattress which has become najis by the elements that do have a mass (i.e., do leave marks or stains like blood or semen) by the same method as mentioned in No. 39 provided that the impure element is removed while washing or prior to washing. The only difference is that if it is purified by the qalil water [e.g., from a jug or a glass], then the water removed from the carpet will be considered najis as a confirmed opinion and not as an obligatory precaution. When I remove the water which is najis some water will always remain whether you use a cloth or vaccum cleaner. It is impossible to remove all the water so how can the floor or carpet become tahir? And is there a difference when making the floor tahir compared to a carpet? Wa Salam alakium
 
Answer:-  It is the Same rule with out difference.


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Question ID  4886  -  Taharat / Najasat
is it necessary to wipe the anus with hand whilst washing away the najasat to make it pak or just using water pressure is enough?
 
Answer:-  It is obligatory to remove the Nijasat then wash the Najis area. Wiping
makes you sure that the Nijasat has been totally removed. If you are sure
that the Nijasat has been totally removed then it is enough to wash the
area with water.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
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