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  1. Salam, I’m an 18 years old male. Suffering alot because of tahirat issues. I cant concentrate on my studies and as well as cant pray..: In the past, I didn’t pay attention to the taharat. I used to wash my hand once after toilet under the tap. First I washed my hands, then applied soap and then again washed it. So my question is will this be counted as 2 washes or 1 washes? Was my hand pak? Because according to Sistani, it is mandatory to wash twice in order to make your hands pak. Another question is that if i washed my najis hand (because of Urine) once under the tap properly and throughly, without washing it twice, will it be considered pak? And if not then will the najasat transfer to other places i touched them with wet hands. Please help. May Allah bless you
  2. SA, I had surgery recently and my doctor said I cannot put water on my head because I have stitches. I recently have become in a state of Janabat. How can I do ghusl if my head cannot become wet? I follow Sistani and I’m a man.
  3. Okay so I think I seriously have OCD, not to the level where I want to kill myself to end the misery but its bad enough to take most of my mental space. First the basics, every time I sit to pee, I feel like its splashing on my under thigh, the area thats exposed underneath while sitting. and since I feel splashes, I end up doing a lot of washing every time I pee, the front the back the everything. And even though its distressing At least I feel clean at the end of it. Currently I live in Pakistan so we have ample of water in the toilets and proper drainage to avoid flooding in the toilets. But I will be going to the UK for studies and these privileges wont be enjoyed there... and since I was wondering I need to find a way to be able to use the public toilets there without causing a flood, I had an idea this morning. I was just trying it out... so I decided I'll pee while standing, I threw some tissue paper in the seat and I kinda aimed at it so it absorbs the urine, and then I'll flush it out no splashes, minimal washing(as I said I think I have OCD). So when I was at it, it kinda felt like i had splashes of my left leg, now I wasn't sure if there were actual splashes or my mind playing games on me because I was watching very closely as the pee went in the pot and I didn't see any splashes, so I ran my hand on my leg to feel for wetness, I didn't feel anything and I kind smelt my hand later, no odour either. At that time I didn't want to leave the place unclean so I practically showered and washed the floor and all. Now for the sensible side in me; first of all I have a theory, I think my mind just plays games on me and there aren't any splashes, either while sitting OR when i was standing, cause I have tried sitting and not peeing and I still feel some thing on my lower thigh (At this point I realise I sound totally looney) my theory is that since I take my pants off the hair on my legs kinda adjust to being not in pants and thats what feels like splashes... but I don't know how to be sure. And I know the rules regarding doubts are, that when you are not sure that something's gotten najis, ignore the doubt. How am I supposed to do this when the outcome of not washing everything are seemingly disastrous. Please, please, please help.
  4. Salaam, I live in non-muslim Country and sometimes there are issues with taharat. One such thing I face is when I have to pee. All other guys just stand and deliver while I have to go inside a closed wall English commode and do the job. First of all it's embarrassing everytime you're going inside because people generally think you have diarrhea but we Muslims need to sit and pee and most importantly do taharat with water. The thing is even if you visit toilet everytime how do you make toilet seat tahir. I have tried with water but it just messes the floor and one of the sweeper asked me (politely) not to do that because he has to clean things every now and then (and I understand that). I'm sure you guys might have faced similar issues. Any ideas Thank you.
  5. So i have two questions, first regarding istibra and second regarding masah. Here goes.. 76. If a person performs Istibra, and also performs Wudhu, and if after Wudhu he sees a liquid discharged, of which he knows that it is either urine or semen, it will be obligatory upon him to do Ghusl, together with Wudhu. But if he had not done Wudh u after Istibra, then Wudhu alone will be sufficient. I did'nt quite understand this law, what does this mean. Why is ghusl required in the above condition?? Why can't i just wash my privies and do wudhu again?? And the second question. i was searching about wudu and i saw some people saying (on shiachat) that masah water should not mix with washing water. For example, if i do masah of head then i should stop few cm before hairline. But i've seen many videos and no one has ever discussed this thing, some even went to the hairline (when doing masah). So is this thing mustahab or wajib? Does it render wudu void (if water mixes) ?? How exactly can i stop water of masah from flowing into water of washing (because a drop or two may flow to the face). Please help me because i have to do wudu atleast 3 times due to this "mixing of water" issue. Also cite any reference or hadith and saying of Imam about this issue. Thanks in advance.
  6. kashif.h

    Doubts about taharat

    Salam aleikoum, First, glad to be here, I am a new member and I am very excited to have discovered this forum Now, my first ever question is : what if, after having done taharat with water, you check if you are clean with a piece of toilet paper and you see that there is what looks like very small particles of feces (because it has the same color). Thus, you wash it again and again but you still doubt whether it is clean or not. So you lose a lot of time doing that and often the morning prayer will be qazah because of that. Do you have the same problem as me ? I must say I am a person who doubts a lot, not only for taharat but also for prayer and wudhu. Still, I dont know whether I can ignore my doubt in this case since there is a chance that I would not be tahir for salat ! N.B. : on Syed Ali Sistani website (see below), it is said that if tiny and invisible particles remain after taharat with other things than water, it is okay. However, I dont know if this rule apply here since I use water for taharat and because I am not sure whether the particles can be considered as invisible (you can see it by looking closely) or tiny (it must be about little less than one centimeter). 69. If one makes oneself totally Pak with stone, clod or cloth once, it will be enough, though it is better to do it three times. In fact, it is better to use three pieces. And if one does not get totally Pak after three times, he may continue till he is Pak. However, there in no harm, if invisible, tiny particles are still there. Thanks a lot for your answers.
  7. kf2013

    How to keep tahir ?

    As salamu aleikoum, I have a really big, I would say unbearable problem. I was born in a muslim family. However, for a little less than three years, I had doubts about Islam. I can confidently say that I wasn't a muslim during that time. Then, al hamdoulilah, I reverted to Islam. I practiced Islam better than ever for a long time. For a few months however, I realised that I had a serious problem. Since I do taqlid of Ayatollah Sistani, kuffar are considered najis. Therefore, everything I touched with wetness in my house during those two-three years was rendered najis. If I was the only one living there, it wouldn't be hard to clean the whole house. However, we are 6. Therefore, even if I wash myself then clean the whole house, it would be najis again very quickly since other members of my family have touched the same objects that I did when I wasn't a muslim. It means that they themselves became najis and will render najis anything they touch with wetness... The only solution would be for everyone to clean themselves completly and then wash the whole house ! Please, what should I do ? Does anyone have an idea ? My prayers and everything will be void because of that.
  8. As salamu aleikoum, I know it seem funny to ask a question about something as "silly" as washing urine but I really wonder if urine has to be washed once or twice when using kurr water. That is because of two reasons : 1) I believe that there are contradictions in Ay. Sistani's website about this matter (see the references below). At the very least, I believe it is not very clear ; 2) Most of people don't even wash urine twice after urinating (they just wash it once and use their hand) or after being splashed with urine (they put the najis part under the tap once). Therefore, would it mean that they are all najis ? Here is why I think that there are contradictions in Ay. Sistani's rulings. First, let's look at these 5 rulings : ------------------------------------------ http://www.sistani.org/english/book/46/2029/ http://www.sistani.org/english/book/46/2030/ http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2120/ http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2140/ http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2140/ --------------------------------------------------------- We can clearly see that it is stated that if the body or the dress is najis with urine, it must be washed twice, be it with kurr, under-kurr water or rain water (it seems that things have a different ruling). This is an obligatory precaution. Therefore, the follower is allowed to act on the fatwa of another mutjahid (http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2116/) ---> Does anyone know a mutjahid who says that it is enough to wash urine once in kurr water ? Now, let's see where the "contradiction" is, according to me : http://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2123/ (this ruling is in the chapter "taharat - rules concerning use of lavatory", if knowing the context can help anyone understanding it). So, in the ruling above, it is stated, if I am not mistaken, that washing urine once with kurr water is enough ! It doesn't even say that it must be washed twice as a precaution. It only says that about washing urine with under-kurr water. Can someone please clarify that ? And does anyone knows a mutjahid who says that washing urine once with kurr water is enough ? Otherwise I think we all know muslims who do not wash urine twice, not because they are lazy or careless but because they think that is the way urine should be washed. Thank you very much.
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