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Question ID  3254  -  Taharat / Najasat
sa, I do taqlid of Agha Sistani. If I brush wet hair with a Brush whos Birstles are made of Hog (Pig) Hair, I know my hair becomes Najis. My question is: 1. if using a Brush whos Bristles are made of other Animal Hair e.g. Horse, Badger, Goat - (not an impure animal) - does using such a brush on wet hair make Najis? 2. If using a Brush if not sure if the Bristtles are from Pig or possibly fomr another anumal - e.g. Badger, Horse - does using such a brush on wet hair make Najis? Thank you
 
Answer:-  The hair of any animal except pig and dog is not Najis.
If you are not sure that it is from pig or dog, then you can take it as not
Najis.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  3231  -  Taharat / Najasat
salam agha i am in taqlid of ayatullah sistani d.z if a clothe become najis by semen and after removing the semen from the clothe and making the clothe paak there is something sticky/lust on clothe and even my hands are aslo sticky what is that is pakk or not plz rply wssalam
 
Answer:-  The cloth can not be Paak until you remove the semen from it. Stickiness on
the cloth or your hands means that the semen was not totally removed.
If you are sure that the semen was totally removed before or during washing
and stickiness is from another material like washing powder etc, then the
cloth is Paak.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  3216  -  Taharat / Najasat
If I am to clean a part of my body that is bleeding and I washed it off, would the droplets/splashses of water that probably drop on my garments be considered najis?
 
Answer:-  If the droplets or splashes touched the Najis item, then it is Najis
and makes the touched cloth Najis. If it did not touch Najis item, then it
does not make the cloth Najis.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3188  -  Taharat / Najasat
sa Syed, I asked a question last week - im sure you must be very busy, was wondering if you had the chance to answer it. Regarding doing istibra before washing the back package. Is this istibra still in order and can we continue to assume any wetness or movement felt after (while washing the back package) is paak if cannot be determined to be urine. Thank you.
 
Answer:-  Istibra does not need washing the anus before it. Whenever istibra was
done, it helps in clearing the urine track and ignoring any doubtful
wetness after it.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3169  -  Taharat / Najasat
sa Syed Musawi, Could you clarify a question for me. In Agha sistani rules, it states that istibra is recommended for man after urinating. (not required for women). For a man, If performed, then any wetness seen after where not sure what it is can be considered paak. Syed sistani cleary provides the steps to perform istibra, However He says if the anal outlet is to be washed, it must be washed first. Logistically I am not certain how this is possible without transferring najasat from the front. When required, I usually do the following: 1. perform istibra 2. wash the urinary outlet 3. wash the back passage. Is this istibra still in order? Sometimes, when washing the back passage, some movement is felt in the urinary organ, but obviously not possible to know if this is urine or other wetness. If Istibra is performed as above, before washing the back passage, is it in order and can any wetness still be considered paak after? Thank you for your clarification. Salaams
 
Answer:-  Yes, what you mentioned is correct.
 
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