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Question ID  4059  -  Taharat / Najasat
Dear agha , skin on the finger near the nail has torn and the blood dried up there is difficult to remove . What should one do if a ghusle janabat is required but the blood cannot be removed. secondly I am in doubt wether the redish dot is dried up blood or the end of an open wound, it is so small.
 
Answer:-  1. Dried blood is not blood and there is not need to remove it if removing it is not possible. Ghusl is valid with it.
2. Such doubt has no value and it does not harm Wudhu nor Ghusl.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi


 
Question ID  4058  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salaamunalikum.my wallet became Nafjis due to which he passed me wet milk and my hand became wet and then I touched my wallet so it became najis and I don’t know whether it is pure leather but I think it is pure leather but I am not sure so how should I make my wallet paak or can leather made paak I follow Ayatullah sustain thank you
 
Answer:-  If the wallet is made of pure non Halal leather and it became Najis, then
it will remain Najis.
If it was made of artificial leather and became Najis, you just need to
wash the Najaf a parts of it.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  4050  -  Taharat / Najasat
Assalamo alaikum Dear Agha I would like to inquire two issues First if I wash my face upon which there is blood with a handful of water and then pour a handful over it again without drying the water from the first washing , is my face now their and is the water still on my face from the second washing tahir .
 
Answer:-  After removing the blood, you don=E2=80=99t need to dry your face for Wudu.
Your Wudu is valid.
Wassalam
 
Question ID  4048  -  Taharat / Najasat
Salaamunalikum. On my floor there was a dried blood I didn’t knew about that and I cleaned my floor with water(pocha) but later I came to know about that blood so will I have to paak my house floor or just wipe out the blood..if it has to be made paak then how many times I have to clean floor?i follow ayoutullah sistani thank you
 
Answer:-  Remove the blood first then pour water just one time on the place, it will
become Taahir.
Wassalam



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Question ID  4039  -  Taharat / Najasat
Is tap water which has a slight odour due to chlorine or other treatments etc considered mudhaf or pure .
 
Answer:-  Not Mudhaf.



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