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Question ID  3483  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam, I am asking whether the bowl and water which settles at the bottom of western toilets become tahir after flushing of the toilet. Marja:Sistani
 
Answer:-  If the flushing water is linked with the current tab water, then the toilet
becomes Taahir after removal of the Najis item. If the flushing water is
not linked with the tab water, then the water touching the Najis item
becomes Najis.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3428  -  Taharat / Najasat
Dear Syed, many thanks for your response to the previous question, the law i was referring to is stated below, can you please explain the need for ghusl as mentioned in the rule as it seems that after istibra and wudhu if there is any leakage then one is required to do Ghusl 76. If a person performed Istibra’ after urinating and also perform ablutions and if after ablution a liquid comes out of his body which he considers to be urine or semen it is obligatory for him to perform ceremonial bath as a precautionary measure and also to perform ablutions. However, if he has not already performed ablutions it is sufficient to performed ablutions
 
Answer:-  This is after semen has come out and he doubts that the wet substance might
be remaining semen.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3425  -  Taharat / Najasat
After urinitating and performing istibra if there is some urine left in the urethra which drips later, sometimes this can happen after performing Wadhu and even during prayers, the law from syed khoei states it is obligatory to ghusl if such happnes. My question is that if "I am sure" that it is urine left in the urethra and not anything else will I have to still perform ghusl? Or can I on the basis of surety change my clothes and perform Wadhu again? Also this is a medical condition and doing ghusl is not always possible or practical. Please guide
 
Answer:-  After urinating, there is no question of Ghusl at all. The Istibraa clears
the urine track from the remaining urine, hence,after Istibraa, any doubted
wetness is considered as Taahir, but if you are sure that it is urine, then
you need to clean your body cloth from the urine and perform Wudhu only for
Salah.
N.B. What you mentioned about Agae Khoei is not right.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  3381  -  Taharat / Najasat
When the floor becomes najis with semen after removing the ayn e najasat I wipe it with a wet cloth then wash the cloth and while the floor is still wet I wipe it with wet cloth and again i wash the cloth and while the floor is still wet I again wipe it with wet cloth I do this the total of 3 times will the floor become pak when done in this manner?
 
Answer:-  Wiping only does not make the Najis floor Pak. You must pour water on the
Najis floor then wipe it. Tab water will make the floor Pak immediately.
Little water (Qaleel) needs to be poured twice.
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Question ID  3377  -  Taharat / Najasat
If one goes into the state of janabat, must he change his bed sheet before he sleeps the next night? Is there a possibility of his clothes becoming najis from the bed sheet?
 
Answer:-  It is not obligatory to change the bed sheet unless if it became Najis by
touching the semen, then only the part which touched the semen needs to be
washed with water .
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
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