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  1. I sent in a question to Najaf.org. This was the response. -----Original Message----- From: Sent: Sunday, January 12, 2014 8:13 PM To: eanswers@najaf.org Subject: Salam Alaiykum, My question is about purifying something that is najis. If I qalil water from a bottle to purify an object, does the water that flows off the object make everything else it touches najis? In my case I found dried urine on the toilet seat, so I wiped it away with a tissue and then poured water over the area a few times using a bottle. The water then flowed off the toilet seat and onto the floor. I do not have a drain so the water just collected there. I soaked up the water with a cloth and squeezed it out into the sink and washed the cloth under the tap, I had to do the soaking a few times because there was a lot of water. Is the floor and the toilet seat now tahir? or did that water just make everything it touched najis? I look forward to your response, Many thanks and salams On 13 Jan 2014 07:53, "Imam Ali Foundation" <eanswers@najaf.org> wrote: In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful After removing the najasat "if there is any", it can be purified by sprinkling water over it from a kettle or a jug once until the pure water covers the impure area, and then wipe the water away by using a piece of cloth or a vacuum cleaner, etc. The area will now be considered pure; and the water removed from it will be considered, on the basis of obligatory precaution, as najis. If one wants to purify it by using pure water connected to the kurr source [e.g., by using a hose pipe instead of pouring water from a jug], there is no need to wipe the water off using a piece of cloth or a vacuum cleaner, etc. As soon as the kurr water covers the najis area, it will become pure [and the water will also be considered as pure]. Wassalamu Alaykum From: Sent: Monday, January 13, 2014 5:23 PM To: Imam Ali Foundation Subject: RE: Thank you for the response, Just one clarification. If the najis water from cleaning the area comes into contact with the floor, will wiping it away be enough to keep the floor tahir? Or do I need to wash the floor too? Many thanks. Their last response: In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful Wiping it away is enough to keep the floor tahir Wassalamu Alaykum So it seems like just wiping that water away is enough.
  2. I live in an apartment, which I've just recently moved into. It's not something I can do at the moment. Basically my worry is if the water that you use to wash the najis area (after removing the actual najasat) falls on another object or in my case the floor, does it make that thing najis or is it just the water that is najis and after wiping it away everything is fine?
  3. This has been really bugging me and I cannot seem to find a definitive answer. So the other day I needed to purify the toilet seat in my bathroom as it had become najis from urine. I could only use qalil water since I live in an apartment. First I wiped off the najasat from the seat and then poured water over it from a bottle. Now some of this water got onto the floor and there is no drain, so I soaked up the water with a cloth and washed the cloth in the sink. This is what I found on sistani.org relating to this: 181. If the floor which is made of stones, or bricks or other hard ground, in which water is not absorbed, becomes najis, it can be made Pak with under-Kurr water, but, it is necessary that so much water is poured on it that it begins to flow. And if that water is not drained out, and it collects there, it should be drawn out by a vessel or soaked by a cloth. The thing I don't understand is, it is extremely difficult to soak up all the water from the floor. I had to do it multiple times with the same cloth, soaking up water and wringing it out then soaking up etc. Even after all that there is still some dampness on the floor. Is this dampness considered najis? What if the water dries up on it's own? Is the floor no longer najis, even if it gets wet again? The other thing is the water in the cloth after soaking, if this water drips onto another surface from the cloth - does it make that surface najis? Any clarification would be greatly appreciated.
  4. I reported the video and his channel. Looks like the video at least was taken down.
  5. I saw this picture a couple of years ago on Facebook. The one who posted it claimed it was taken in Malaysia or something. It just looks like some kind of light effect to me.
  6. Yeah it does seem excessive to have to wait till after Isha. When is the fadheela time for Isha? I thought it would make more sense to pray Maghrib first, break your fast and then pray Isha in its best time.
  7. Salamun Alaykum. Dear Admins, I'd like my name changed to AliAliYaAli I was going to PM an admin, but I don't think I'm able to use the feature yet.
  8. I wouldn't base the decision on age..so I don't see why not if she meets all the other requirements.
  9. Considering I have to give them all the same treatment and spend equal amounts of time with them, I probably can't handle more than 1.
  10. Actually I think it's preferable if the sisters do not post in the brothers forum..
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