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Question ID  5619  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-12-30 17:30:02
Salam alaikum I follow ayatollah Sistani I wanted to know if the acne in the face is najis if it’s popped but no blood came out
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Acne in the face is not Najis as far as there is no blood coming out.
Wassalam.


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Question ID  5618  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-12-29 03:00:02
Salam alaikum I wanted to know the nails that are trimmed or bitten off (eg ina person who has the habit of bitting his nails) are considered najis Sincerely
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
No. Nails trimmed or bitten are not Najis at all. Bitting nails is not a
good habit but nails are not Najis.
Wassalam.
 
Question ID  5616  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-12-26 22:30:01
Hi I wanted to know how can I purify a spot with qalil water And please tell me in what cases will the remaining qalil water be najis Sincerely
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
After removing the Najis item e.g. blood, etc, pouring small amount of
water two times is enough.
Qalil water used in first washing of the Najis item is Najis as well.
Wassalam.










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Question ID  5589  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-11-18 17:00:02
Salam; My Question is a bit long.Please help I am suffering from doubts.How many times a najasat can be transferred ?? I have read the masla in tauzeehul masael it states after 2 times. It cannot be transfered. My question is, in sistani.org the example used in this masla was like this; An example: if the right hand has become impure (mutanajjis) with urine, and [after drying,] that hand touches the left hand with a new wetness, this touching causes the left hand to become impure; and if after drying, the left hand touches some wet clothing, for example, the clothing also becomes impure; but, if the clothing touches some other wet object, that other object is not ruled as being impure. ----- You can see that every time the object which is najis is dry and the object which is contacting with najis object is wet. So is this a condition?? Or if a object become mutanajis by 3 transfer it is pure no matter how it has transfered Kindly explain this masla
 
Answer:-  The third Mutanajjis (impure subject) does not transfer the impurity to any
other subject.
Wassalam.


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Question ID  5586  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-11-13 22:00:02
As salaam Ali Kum I hope you are well? I am writing to you as I would like to ask a private question if that’s okay with you? In 2018 I was diagnosed with OCD and it’s still something that I suffer with everyday. I guess in way it’s Waswash. Sometimes I have wet dreams and subsequently do Ghusl. Earlier in the week I did Ghusl and today I had this intrusive thought that my neck didn’t get wet or washed properly. I read on the Sistani website that if a person forgets to wash their head and neck they just re-do Ghusl? I’m not sure if I’ve understood this properly though. However in my case I did wash my head and neck, instead I’m so Worried that it didn’t get wet or wash properly. I keep feeling like I should do the Ghusl again. I spoke to my mum about this and she told me that when I put my head under the shower the water would and still flowed over my neck and this is sufficient? However I thought I have to wash the neck physically separately after washing my head. Even though Did that I’m worried about how thoroughly I did this. Even before I got out of the shower after washing my body, I rinsed my lower neck again but I’m thinking that maybe I went out of sequence. Now I keep thinking how do I know if it got wet? Thank you so much for taking the time to read this email. I appreciate your support in this Kind Regards Wasalaam
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr
Any doubt occurs to you after you have performed the Ghusl, should never
make you worry because it has no value at all. Just take your Ghusl as
valid and go ahead.
Wassalam.
Muhammad Al-Musawi


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