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Question ID  1332  -  Taharat / Najasat
If one person had rinsed his mouth and later comes to know about that his hand was impure when rinsing, does the inner part of mouth becomes impure too? Also when saliva is swallowed if after such even occur does inner part of body, e.g., throat and stomach, become impure? If so, then how to clean the najasat of the inner parts of the body , e.g., throat and stomach(since the parts are unreachable)?
 
Answer:-  ​The inner parts of the body never get Najis, as we have in the Fiqh
(البواطن لا تنجس)
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi​

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Question ID  1331  -  Taharat / Najasat
Can mixed water transfers najasat like pure water? If there is a bucket of water and I see a non muslim puts his hand inside the bucket of water later on the second day I see that the water from the bucket which had become najis was removed and new water was being put will the water be considered pak ? If there is a bucket of water which is under kurr water and a drop of blood falls on it and it mixes with the water will it be considered pak since it did not change the taste colour or smell of the water?
 
Answer:-  > Question 1: Can mixed water transfers najasat like pure water?

Answer 1: Yes, mixed water transfers Najasat, and if the mixed water
is Mudhaaf, then all the water becomes Najis by touching any Najis
item. Mudhaaf water means the mixed water which can not be called water but
with some thing else like rose water or fruit juice etc.

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> Q2. If there is a bucket of water and I see a non muslim puts his hand
> inside the bucket of water later on the second day I see that the water
> from the bucket which had become najis was removed and new water was being
> put will the water be considered pak ?

A2. The bucket was also Najis, so, if it was made Taahir, then the new
water is Taahir.

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> Q3. If there is a bucket of water which is under kurr water and a drop of
> blood falls on it and it mixes with the water will it be considered pak
> since it did not change the taste colour or smell of the water?
> A3. Water less than Kurr becomes Najis by touching the any Najis item. If
> the quantity was a Kurr or more, then it remains Taahir untill it changes
> by the color or the Najis item or it's smell.

Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  1318  -  Taharat / Najasat
If a muslim’s hand is sweaty and shakes hand with a non muslim whose hand is dry so due to shaking hands will my hand become najis?
 
Answer:-  =E2=80=8BYes it becomes Najis if either your hand or his hand was wet while=
shaking
hands.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi


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Question ID  1304  -  Taharat / Najasat
When Mutanajjis water is evapoarated from body,cloth or anything else, then this thing can be considered paak?
 
Answer:-  No, it does not be Paak by that, but it should be washed with water. It is
only the ground, walls, doors and immovables, if become Mutanajjis and
dried by direct sunshine, it become Taahir.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1303  -  Taharat / Najasat
sir my Question ID 1299 i think you did not understand my question it was that i would not just going to dry it i would put some water on it more or equal to the najis water then dry it still would be najis or you have to put so much water that the najasat should flow out with the water?
 
Answer:-  Yes, when making a Najis cloth Taahir, you have to put so much water that
the najasat should flow out with the water.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
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