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Question ID  4783  -  Taharat / Najasat
I follow Ayatullah Sistani. Are scabs najis? If a scab becomes wet by sweat or water and I touch it, will my hand be najis too?
 
Answer:-  Scab is Not Najis.


 
Question ID  4782  -  Taharat / Najasat
I follow Ayatullah Sistani. If najis water seeps into the nails and there’s dirt in them, is it necessary to remove the dirt first before washing the hand and nails or can the dirt remain in there?
 
Answer:-  No need to remove the dirt to make the place Taahir if the Najis item
touched it from outside.
Wassalam
Mohammad Al-Musawi
 
Question ID  4781  -  Taharat / Najasat
I follow Ayatullah Sistani. There was some najis water on a part of my toilet seat and my thigh touched it so i washed my toilet seat and thigh together while sitting on the najis part with the shower connected to tap water in a manner that the water flowed to all the najis places and then down the toilet, is my thigh and toilet seat pak?
 
Answer:-  Yes it is Paak.


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Question ID  4780  -  Taharat / Najasat
I follow Ayatullah Sistani. I tasted something metallic on my lip where some skin from the lip had torn but when I looked in the mirror there were no traces of blood even after squeezing the wound. It isnt najis rigjt?
 
Answer:-  Not Najis.


 
Question ID  4779  -  Taharat / Najasat
Do you have to wash your hand twice after you remove the essential najasat or including that with kurr water? For e.g. there was some blood under my nail and I washed my hand and some water from under the nail came onto my finger, I washed the finger twice and thats all, is my finger still najis? And what number of mutanajis will it be if it is najis?
 
Answer:-  Washing it with Kurr water one time after removing the blood is enough to make it Taahir.

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