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Muhammad A-H

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  1. Utensils have their own rulings.
  2. *Upon obligatory precaution, which means that it is necessary to either follow the precaution or the fatwa of the next most qualified marja'.
  3. Or he can stand a small distance from the toilet before flushing to avoid the splashes of liquid.
  4. Yes, you must consider the other things as remaining pure because you are not confident that you are actually impure. If you find out or become confident that you were actually impure, then the other things would also be considered as being impure consequently.
  5. Salam, If you are confident that najis fluid touched you, such that the possibility that najis fluid did not touch you would be commonly considered to be unreasonable, then you become impure. Otherwise, you are Islamically considered to be pure even if in reality najis liquid did actually touch you and investigating is not obligatory. In fact, investigating is haram if it leads to waswasa and OCD.
  6. On the condition that, according to Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani, the entire area, from the anus up to the tip of the penis, is pressed upon a minimum of three times in a way that pushes the urine in a direction towards the tip of the penis (not the other way). الأَولى في كيفيّة الاستبراء من البول أن يمسح من المقعدة إلى أصل القضيب ثلاثاً، ثُمَّ منه إلى رأس الحشفة ثلاثاً، ثُمَّ يَنْتُرَها ثلاثاً، ويكفي سائر الكيفيّات المشاركة مع هذه الكيفيّة في الضغط على جميع المجرى من المقعدة على وجه تتوجّه قطرة البول المحتمل وجودها فيه إلى رأس الحشفة وتخرج منه، ولا يكفي في ذلك ما دون الثلاث، ولا تقديم المتأخّر . https://www.sistani.org/arabic/book/23720/3612/
  7. Salam, Firstly, the urine needs to be removed before or during washing (for example, by becoming absorbed in the kurr water such that no trace remains). Then, the kurr water must reach all the najis areas without changing in colour, taste or smell. If you reasonably doubt whether or not it changed in any of those characteristics, then you consider that the kurr water has not changed. According to Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani, the container needs to be washed three times with kurr water upon obligatory precaution, which means that you can either follow the precaution or refer to the fatwa of the next most qualified marja. Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani also says it is not necessary to separate the kurr water from the najis areas (i.e., by emptying the container) after the final wash. If, however, the container has an open drain or something similar, such that the container cannot hold liquids, then such a container only needs to be washed once, even with qalil water in accordance with the conditions of washing with qalil water (even if urine touched the object according to Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani) because such a container does not fall under the Islamic definition of containers/utensils according to Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani: مسألة 494: يعتبر في صدق الآنية على الظرف أن يكون مظروفه ممّا يوضع فيه ويرفع عنه بحسب العادة، فلا تصدق على إطار المرآة ونحوه ممّا يكون مظروفه ثابتاً فيه، كما يعتبر أن يكون محرزاً للمأكول والمشروب بأن يكون له أسفل وحواشٍ تُمْسِك ما يوضع فيه منهما، فلا تصدق الآنية على القناديل المشبّكة والأطباق المستوية ونحوهما. https://www.sistani.org/arabic/book/23720/4620/ According to Sheikh Makarem Al-Shirazi, washing the container once with kurr water is sufficient (even if urine touched it), although three times is better, but afterwards, from what I understand, the used water must be separated from the najis areas by emptying the container or through other means. (المسألة 170): يجب غسل الإناء المتنجّس بالماء القليل ثلاث مرّات ولکن يکفي تطهيره في الکرّ أو الجاري مرّة واحدة، وان کان ثلاث مرّات أفضل، ومياه الأنابيب في حکم الجاري. (المسألة 180): إذا غسل الشيء المتنجّس في الکرّ أو الماء الجاري أو بماء الأنابيب حتّى زوال النجاسة، أو غمس في الکرّ أو الجاري بعد إزالة عين النجاسة مرّة واحدة طهر، ولکن يجب عصر الفراش واللباس وما شابه ذلک حتّى ينفصل عنه الماء. (المسألة 181): لتطهير الشيء المتنجّس بالبول يکفي غسله مرّتين بالماء القليل أو مرّة واحدة في الکرّ أو الجاري أو بماء الأنابيب، ولکن المتنجّس بغير البول يکفي غسله مرّة واحدة بالقليل أو في الکرّ. https://makarem.ir/main.aspx?lid=2&view=1&typeinfo=30
  8. All scholars say that if it causes significant harm it is haram.
  9. @Ashvazdanghe Salam, The qalil water of the washing machine and similar containers is an exception to that ruling I posted previously (according to Al-Sayyid Khamenei, Al-Sayyid Fadhlallah and other scholars) on the condition that the qalil water washes the clothes in the correct manner and with the conditions stated by the scholars. However, in other cases, submerging the najis item in qalil water is insufficient according to most scholars: As-Salamu Alaykum, Can a person purify an impure object by submerging it in qalil water and then separating the used water after taking the object out of the water? Salamun `alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu That is impossible and the water gets najis as well. For purifying some object with qalil water the water should be poured on it. With prayers for your success 4 ـ صب الماء القليل وإلقاؤه على المتنجس، فإنْ وُضعَ المتنجس فيه تنجس الماء ولم يطهر المتنجس، ويعبّر الفقهاء عن ذلك بورود الماء على المتنجس لا ورود المتنجس على الماء، أي أنه يجب جعل الماء على المتنجس لا جعل المتنجس في الماء. أمّا الماء الكثير فإنه لا يشترط فيه ذلك لاعتصامه، فيصح وضع المتنجس فيه ويطهر ويبقى الماء طاهراً إذا لم يتغير بالنجاسة كما ذكرنا آنفاً. http://arabic.bayynat.org.lb/HtmlSecondary.aspx?id=11078 مسألة 488: لابد في التطهير بالماء القليل من ورود الماء على المتنجس، ولا يكفي غمس المتنجس بالماء، بل ينجس الماء حينئذٍ ولا يطهر المتنجس. نعم ما يتعارف في تطهيره غسله داخل الماء المجموع لا فرق بين ورود الماء عليه ووروده على الماء، كالثوب يطهر بغسله في الطست الذي يجتمع فيه الماء. منهاج الصالحين الجزء الأول للسيد محمد السعيد الحكيم
  10. Salam, The normal area is the area of the exit point of the urine and some of the area around it which the urine usually touches while urinating in normal circumstances. So if after urinating, the urine moves away from this area, like if you were to point the penis upwards such that the urine moves to a place that the urine does not normally touch while urinating, then those areas the urine touched need to be washed twice with qalil water and, according to Al-Sayyid Al-Sistani, the same applies to kurr water upon obligatory precaution..
  11. And the entire washing machine must be pure before the washing process starts, or it is necessary to wash everything three times in the correct manner in order to purify the washing machine. Therefore, there must be no impure detergent as well left in the washing machine before the qalil water is used, if it is possible to use it according to the scholars. Q 291: Do the clothes washed in a fully automatic domestic washing machine become pure or not? The mode of functioning of this machine is as follows: Initially when the clothes are washed in it with detergent, some water and foam of the detergent spreads on the glass door of the machine and the rubber surrounding it. After this, the used water is drawn while the foam of the detergent remains on the glass door and the rubber surrounding it. And, at later stages, the machine washes the clothes thrice with qalīl water and then the used water is driven out. Please explain whether the clothes washed in this manner are pure or not? A: As far as purifying clothes in a washing machine is concerned, if, after removal of the inherently najis material, the clothes are washed once with water connected to kurr, they are purified. The same ruling applies if you use qalīl water provided that the inner part of machine is pure before putting clothes inside the machine, clothes are washed twice with qalīl water and the used water is drained to the normal extent after each washing. https://www.leader.ir/en/book/32/Practical-Laws-of-Islam مسألة 472: إذا تنجّس اللحم أو الأرز أو الماش أو نحوها ولم ‏تدخل النجاسة في عمقها، يمكن تطهيرها بوضعها في طشت طاهر وصبّ الماء عليها على نحو يستولي عليها، ثُمَّ يراق الماء ويفرغ الطشت مرّة واحدة فيطهر المتنجّس، وكذا الطشت تبعاً، وكذا إذا أريد تطهير الثوب فإنّه يكفي أن يوضع في طشت طاهر ويصبّ الماء عليه ثُمَّ يعصر ويفرغ الماء مرّة واحدةً فيطهر ذلك الثوب والطشت أيضاً، وإذا كان تطهير المتنجّس يتوقّف على التعدّد كالثوب المتنجّس بالبول كفى الغسل مرّة أُخرى على النحو المذكور، ولا فرق فيما ذكر بين الطشت وغيره من الأواني والأحوط الأولى تثليث الغسل في الجميع. https://www.sistani.org/arabic/book/23720/4618/ Ruling 160. If the exterior of rice, meat, and suchlike becomes impure, in the event that it is placed in a pure bowl or something similar, and water is poured over it once and emptied, it becomes pure. If it is placed in an impure utensil, this procedure must be carried out three times for the utensil to become pure. And if a person wants to place a cloth or something similar that needs to be squeezed in a utensil and to wash it with water, he must squeeze the object each time water is poured over it and tilt the utensil so that the remaining water that has gathered pours out. https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/2139/
  12. No, it is about mutanajis things. Najis matter and intrinsic impurity is not mentioned in the question at all. A person cannot make assumptions when it comes to Islamic Law. How did you come to your conclusion? On what basis are you concluding that? Do you have evidence for that?
  13. @TryHard Anyways, I am not interested in debating this topic further so let’s end it here.
  14. No it doesn’t. And even if it is possible that that is the case, then you need to jnvestigate and find out for sure. If it doesn’t go under the water nor go directly under the kurr water that is pouring, then it is not washed with kurr. If water splashes off the kurr water then it is qalil and the areas it reaches are sufficiently washed if according to the common view the clothes are “washed” and impurity is uplifted. However, I have looked and observed and the kurr water and the splashed water doesn’t reach evrything. I do not currently have OCD no matter how much you insist, and you don’t even know me enough to know whether I have OCD or not. Your just making assumptions based on a few posts.
  15. The scholars would either say it is a recommended precaution or they would give the fatwa first then the precaution (i.e., after dipping the clothes in kurr water they become pure although it is a caution to wring them)
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