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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
Okay so Currently I live in Pakistan and here I have the privilege of using a muslim shower to clean myself after I urinate or poo(don't mind my language). One more thing is that I am quite OCD and so I don't think I can cope with under-kurr water to wash myself. I am planning to going to UK for uni soon and although I have a private bathroom I want to keep it dry and be clean without having to use a portable muslim shower. My question is that can I wash myself under the bathing shower directly after urinating? My main issue is that the organ will have essential najasat(perhaps dry) on it and even though the ruling is that water(kurr) that flows during washing the organs is pak as long as it has no foriegn najasat in it. So if I am standing under the shower and water pours on my body and naturally flows down, that water is clean as long as its going out from a drain? Secondly once I am done I leave the shower and turn the tap off some water left behind (since the shower is a bath tub cum shower) is that water pak? P.s. I also plan to do istibra under the shower.
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