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Question ID  4936  -  Taharat / Najasat
Scenario 1 - if you wash kids taharat with qalil jug water - and you wash any splashes of wee in seat with qalil water while washing the kid - the water that falls down - does that mean I have to clean floor 3 tines as water from qalil fell down while cleaning the toilet seat Scanatio 2 - if second mutanajas thing is touched with wet hands even though it has become dried - will that make me third mutanajas as while cleaning with sponge water drips on me in process of cleaning 3. Splashes from toilet if they don’t have color change - should we consider them pak 4. If something is najas and dried like child’s wee area and thigh and they come and sit on toilet seat which is wet - will it make toilet seat najas 5. Ps. How much wetness (even Moisture on baby clothes from diaper) is considered to be napaak - like when we use wet wipes while changing diaper we touch wet bump ! And then we touch clothes of kid! The hand touched on child’s clothes - will it make my hand and clothes of kid najas or not! Children do taharat -How do we know it’s all clean before they pray namaz ! Esp thigh area when splashes come in it! Third - do we have to clean second mutanajas and third mutanajas same way three times as first even if they are dry and incase while cleaning second mutanajas with a wet sponge - water comes on me will I be third mutanajas and do I have to clean myself 3 times too. Also if second mutanajas has touched third item abd someone touches second mutanajas again - will that thing be third mutanajas separately again If child does wee on mattress while getting wee trained and walk around carpet how much should we clean if we do not know where he walked and we pray namaz .
 
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> Question : Scenario 1 - if you wash kids taharat with qalil jug water - and you wash any splashes of wee in seat with qalil water while washing the kid - the water that falls down - does that mean I have to clean floor 3 tines as water from qalil fell down while cleaning the toilet seat ?
A. Three times washing is only required if urine has fallen on the place.

> Scanatio 2 - if second mutanajas thing is touched with wet hands even though it has become dried - will that make me third mutanajas as while cleaning with sponge water drips on me in process of cleaning
A. Yes.
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> 3. Splashes from toilet if they don’t have color change - should we consider them pak .
A. Splashes from Najis water is Najis no matter of change of colour.

> 4. If something is najas and dried like child’s wee area and thigh and they come and sit on toilet seat which is wet - will it make toilet seat najas
A. Yes if the child body or the seat is wet.
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> 5. Ps. How much wetness (even Moisture on baby clothes from diaper) is considered to be napaak - like when we use wet wipes while changing diaper we touch wet bump ! And then we touch clothes of kid! The hand touched on child’s clothes - will it make my hand and clothes of kid najas or not!
A. Najasat transfers with wetness. Wetness which transfers Najasat is the wetness which has enough moisture to go from it to another item.

> Children do taharat -How do we know it’s all clean before they pray namaz ! Esp thigh area when splashes come in it!
A. We consider any Muslim as Taahir if we do not know that he is really Najis.


> Third - do we have to clean second mutanajas and third mutanajas same way three times as first even if they are dry and incase while cleaning second mutanajas with a wet sponge - water comes on me will I be third mutanajas and do I have to clean myself 3 times too. Also if second mutanajas has touched third item abd someone touches second mutanajas again - will that thing be third mutanajas separately again
A. Cleaning second and third Mutanajjis does not need three time.

> If child does wee on mattress while getting wee trained and walk around carpet how much should we clean if we do not know where he walked and we pray namaz .
A. Every place which was made Najis needs to be washed to be Paak. If the Najasat was around the carpet but we do not know where exactly, we need to wash the whole carpet.
Wassalam.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
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Question ID  4929  -  Taharat / Najasat
If your whole leg becomes najis but you only want to make a part of it pak is it sufficient to pour kurr water on that part only? Will the adjacent najis parts affect the taharat process in anyway?
 
Answer:-  Kurr water makes the place which it touches Taahir.


 
Question ID  4919  -  Taharat / Najasat
is the discharge that comes out when one hasn’t taken a ghusl janabat also najis for women?
 
Answer:-  If the discharge is remaining semen, then it is Najis. If it it is not ,
then not Najis.
Wassalam.
 
Question ID  4918  -  Taharat / Najasat
if a woman was aroused for a certain amount of time in the dream but it is not known if it was the case in reality and she sees some amount of discharge on the underwear once she’s woken up, will that be considered najis?
 
Answer:-  If complete wet dream takes place with orgasm, then the discharge Najis. If
no orgasm, then the discharge is not Najis.
Wassalam.
 
Question ID  4915  -  Taharat / Najasat
dust settled on my foot and then my foot became najis, I washed my foot and then didnt see any dust on it later but i wasnt sure still so i washed it with soap now im worried again that my hand is najis because of rubbing soap onto the foot, is it okay to ignore such doubts since i didnt see any dust on my foot after washing despite thinking its not removed?
 
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Such doubt has no value and should be ignored.

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> posted a new question on wabil website, the details are below...
> Category : Taharat / Najasat
> Question : dust settled on my foot and then my foot became najis, I
> washed my foot and then didnt see any dust on it later but i wasnt sure
> still so i washed it with soap now im worried again that my hand is najis
> because of rubbing soap onto the foot, is it okay to ignore such doubts
> since i didnt see any dust on my foot after washing despite thinking its
> not removed?
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