Category: Taharat / Najasat
Total : 463 Results
Question ID 5907 Monday 24th of April 2023
Salam syed, I know the mutanajis affect only happens when the ayn najis is no longer there. —- so if there is urine mixed with water on a toilet seat and I rub the seat dry with some tissue and then wait 10 minutes. Can I now say the ayn najis is no longer present because i dried it and now no colour or smell of the urine is there?
Removing Ayn Nijasat does not mean that the item has become Taahir.
Removing Ayn Nijasat is must in making the item Taahir by water. Rubbing
the Mutanajjis item does not make Taahir. It must be washed with water to
make it Taahir. Mutanajjis item transfers Nijasat to other items by
touching it with wetness. Second Mutanajjis also transfers Nijasat by
touching other item with wetness. Third Mutanajjis does not transfer
Nijasat to a fourth item.
Question ID 5906 Saturday 22nd of April 2023
Salam. According to ayotallah sistani. If I know an area is najis, but I’m not exactly sure what parts of the area. Do I have to avoid all the parts or just the parts I think most likely are najis. Because it’s really stressful to avoid all of the parts and it’s not possible to purify those areas with water.
Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
We should avoid any area which we have an evidence that it is Najis.
Question ID 5905 Thursday 20th of April 2023
Salam You have stated that water making a part tahir is also tahir for both kurr and qalil water. Is this in accordance to ayotallah sistani as well?
Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes, it is correct.
Question ID 5877 Monday 20th of March 2023
If clothes are being purified with qaleel water. Is the qaleel water used to remove the ayn-najasat the second or first mutanajis? And if it is the second, and makes something else najis, can that make other things najis ?
Qaleel water which touched Ayn-Nijasat is first Mutanajjis.
Question ID 5873 Saturday 18th of March 2023
Salam My clothes were najis and to paak them my mother put them in the sink and filled the sink up with water. Then used that water to clean them. Now my thinking is that because she turned the tap off and filled the sink with water, that water is now qaleel which means that it makes the sink najis after she uses that water to clean the clothes. Am I wrong in thinking this? Because the qaleel water does go down the sink drain after she uses it to paak the clothes so maybe it doesn’t make the sink najis because the water gets removed ?
When tap water run on the sink, it has become Taahir even if tap water
was stopped later on.