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Question ID  5485  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-07-13 02:03:07
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Question ID  5482  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-07-13 02:03:07
Assalamalikum, My marja is Ayatullah Sistani, If a hindu washes his hand in the sink and uses tap, or uses toilet shower or bathroom door handle with wet hand, then if some muslim uses the sink to wash their hand and close the tap, will their hands be najis again? Or closes the door handle with wet hands, will their hands be najis because of the previous touching of hindu...or the wet hands will make it tahir with one touch? Or we have to wash the hands and paak them again?
Answer:-  Touching Najis item like door handle with wetness does not make it Taahir.
It needs to be washed with water to become Taahir.
Muhammad al-Musawi

Question ID  5460  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2021-07-13 02:03:05
i used very little water for washing after urinating i dont know from how many years iam doing this or time will my all ibadat will be invalid what to do now how will i wash all things that came into contact with it now because it is very difficult
Answer:-  Very little water (even few drops) poured twice is enough to make the
private part Taahir after urinating.

Question ID  5230  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2020-03-31 03:00:02
If a Hindu has eaten food in my utensil will washing it once with water is enough
Answer:-  Washing the plate once with tab water or twice with little ( Qaleel) water
is enough and will make it Taahir.

Question ID  5207  -  Taharat / Najasat -  2020-03-10 19:45:01
As salaam alaykum wa rehmat ullah maulana sb my question is about keeping cats as pets. Is it permissable to keep cats at home as my children have kept 2 cats at home and i fear about its circumstances about causing diseases. Is salah acceptable in my house as they roam around in whole house .and i fear about its fur causing diseases . Kindly guide. Jazakallah.
Answer:-  Keeping cats at home is allowed provided that there is no possible harm.If there is a possibility of disease, then you must take every possible precaution to protect yourself, your children and the whole family from disease.
According to most of our Maraaji’ of Taqleed , the hair of cat on you body or cloth invalidates the Salaah.

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