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Question ID  5111  -  Taharat / Najasat
I follow ayatollah sistani. I removed blood from my finger and then washed my hand but i kept doubting if the water reached everywhere so after washing them a couple of times i washed it once more only and got out of the washroom but even while washing it the last time i was doubting if water reached to every najis place or not do i still consider my hand najis?
Answer:-  Doubt has no value after being sure that you washed your finger.
Question ID  5106  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam dear Agha,I woke up today and saw little dried white patches on my trousers should i treat it as najis ?, I am very confused as I did not experience any orgasm during my sleep so is this madhi or semen ?
Answer:-  Ghusl of Janabat is not obligatory on you because you are not sure that you
had wet dream. It can be another substance like Mathi, etc which is not
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  5099  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam 1) Water that’s from a tap fell onto the floor if that persons feet touched that puddle of water would that make their foot najis? Even if the water has no najasaah in it? If they doubt whether or not my foot actually came in contact with the water can they treat it as taher? Do they need to investigate 2) if They walk on that puddle of water with shoes and that water flicks from the shoe or flicks onto that person’s foot or leg. Is their leg considered najis? What if they’re not sure that that happened? But there could be a good chance it did? Is it necessary to investigate? Please answer according to Ayt. Sistani Thank you
Answer:-  Assalam alaikum wr wb

1. The water and everything that touched it is Taahir.
2. Even if they walk on the water, their shoes and feet are Taahir.


Question ID  5098  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam Alaikum. I want to ask that is my prayer accepted or valid if while I was praying some madhi came out ?
Answer:-  Our intention while praying Salah should be with Allah and not with other things or persons. Mathi مذي usually comes when you think about sexual matters, which obviously take you away from concentrating on your Prayers. Such thinking will decrease the reward of the Prayer. The Hadeeth says: (لا يرفع للعبد من صلاته الا ما وعى) The savant will get from his Prayer only what he was concentrating on.
The Prayer itself is valid but the reward is much less if you do not concentrate on it.
Mohammad AlMusawi

Question ID  5097  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam Alaikum. My question is, does walking on floor with dried impurity on it like dry urine or dry semen transfer najasat ?
Answer:-  No Najasat can transfer between dry items.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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