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Question ID  1402  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
1) In ghusl e janabat after removing najasat from private part is it necessary to wipe the private part and then do ghusl? 2)In state of janabat is the whole body is najis or only private part? If whole body then I use to wash my hand in state of janabat is the tap that I touched is najis our paak?
 
Answer:-  > Question : 1) In ghusl e janabat after removing najasat from
> private part is it necessary to wipe the private part and then do ghusl?
> A1) Not necessary to wipe.



> 2)In state of janabat is the whole body is najis or only private part? If
> whole body then I use to wash my hand in state of janabat is the tap that I
> touched is najis our paak?
> A2) Only Najis parts ( private parts etc) are Najis while the other parts
> of the body are not Najis.

Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  1377  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
If a person is wearing a ring during wuzu the person move's his ring so that the water reaches that area this act should be done while washing the hand or after wuzu?
 
Answer:-  While washing the hand to make water reach to under the ring.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
Question ID  1302  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salamun alaikum What are the rules on females wearing nail polish according to Syed Sistani.
 
Answer:-  Nail polish prevents water from reaching the nail, that is why it prevents
Wudhu and Ghusl. Nail polish must be removed before performing Wudhu and
Ghusl.
Nail polish is not allowed to be shown to non Mahram.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1301  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
Salamun alaiukum, Is it necessary for women to clean the inside of their private parts for Ghusl, for example, like how they clean themselves when using the restroom.
 
Answer:-  Water does not need to reach inside, but only the outer part of the body.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1244  -  Wuzu / Ghusl / Bath
the law no 248. * While performing Wudhu, it is not obligatory that one should wash the inner parts of the nose, nor of the lips and eyes which cannot be seen when they close However, in order to ensure that all parts have been washed, it is obligatory that some portion of these parts so my question is can this rule be followed in ghusl or like put our head inside the water and open our eyes so that water also reaches some of inner parts basically the question is the inner part also needs to be washed and also how much to we consider the inner parts?
 
Answer:-  No need to open your eyes inside the water in Ghusl, or in Wudhu. Washing
the outer parts usually includes little bit of the inner which is enough.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi

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