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Question ID  4022  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam Alekum. I have previously read on the website of yours that smoke from najis drink and food is not najis. But today I read on the website on Sayyed Sistani that halal food which has been steam cooked with haram food would be najis because coming into contact with the wet parts of the steam of the impure meat? Can you please elaborate?
 
Answer:-  Halal food cooked with Haraam Najis food will become Najis because of touching the Najis item with the wetness of steam. Steam itself is not Najis.
Wassalam
Mohammad AlMusawi

 
Question ID  4010  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salam, I have severe doubts in Najasat and Tahirat thing. If a soap becomes najis by impurity, how to make it pak. I fear that mightbe some of najasat become mixed with najasat on the surface of soap. Tell me how to make it tahir.
 
Answer:-  Just wash it with water, it will become Taahir.
Avoid repeated doubt as it is from shaitan.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

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Question ID  3971  -  Taharat / Najasat
Asalaam alaykum, 1. When one wears some shoes for some time and walk, there will eventually be some moisture (sweat). Will this be enough to transfer najaasah, say from the shoes to the socks, or from the socks to the shoe? (a) Let us say, for example, I put on some shoes for about four hours, and had some movements. I got into the shoes store, and I was trying some shoes. One of the pair had a patch of pig skin leather ( I realised this hours later). Before realising this, I went on trying some other pairs, and I found the ones which fit me. So, could najaasah have been transferred to these other shoes? (b) In case other shoes (including sneakers) were contaminated with pig najaasah, how possible is it to wash them with soil. Some sports shoes contains some sponges, and it is definitely not possible for soil to get through it. Shoild I throw them away? 2. Some shoe brands, like BUGATI do use pig skin for the lining in some of their products. If I by some products of those brands, but which do not use pig skin leather, will it be acceptable? What if I have any doubts as to the processing and whether or not other type of leather was contaminated with the najaasah from pig skin leather? If yes, how do I purify them? 3. I am renting a house which was formerly being used by a non-muslim. Because he had stayed there for a long time, and because it is in a country where the majority usually eat pork, there is a high possibility – almost certain that pork was consumed in that house. What do I do to purify the house? The owner of the house did change some things, like the cooker and the dish washer. What about the other things which cannot be changed? What about other things like kitchen equipment and utensils? What is the practical and acceptable way of dealing with the situation (According to Shaafi madhhab). 4. I have just realised that for four years, I have been possessing some shoes with pig skin lining. I have not been wearing these shoes often. Because I have been cleaning them, wearing them with socks, e.t.c., which were in turn mixed with other clothes; or because same cleaning equipment were used to clean those shoes, how do I purify my belongings? with sand? how practical is it?
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam Wr Wb


- Najaasah does not transfer unless there is enough wetness to go
from one item to the other. Not any wetness but the transferring (Rotoobah
Mosriyah) .

- Any item from pig is Najis forever, items which become Najis by
touching pig parts with wetness can be cleaned (Taahir) by water only and
no need for sand or clay .

- No item is considered Najis unless and until you have an evidence
that it became Najis . If you are in doubt , then you can take it as
Taahir.



Wassalam

Mohammad Musawi

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Question ID  3950  -  Taharat / Najasat
Asalamalaikum, Please advise me about the ruling for precum (the fluid that come out of the penis during the foreplay with wife). Is that Najis...? If no, can we offer salah (Namaz) with the same clothes i.e. Underwear or pants on which precum has spread.
 
Answer:-  The precum is not Najis at all. You can perform Namaz in the same cloth.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


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Question ID  3915  -  Taharat / Najasat
I am a female 31 years old . I want to ask that is hands or body of junub person is najis of she has not taken ghusl janabat and whatever she touches with wet hands in that case or if she touches wet things will the become najis if she is in state of impurity and has not done ghusl janabat. Thanks
 
Answer:-  When a person in the state of Janabah touches with wet hands any item, that item does not become Najis at all.
Th Janabah and menstrual cycle, and postnatal bleeding are sort of spiritual impurity and not a physical impurity which can be transferred.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi

 
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