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Taharah from urine

Q: If I have a shirt that became najis with urine and I put it in a large pool of still water (KURR) and squeezed it while it was in the water, is that sufficient to purify it, or must this be done two times? What if the urine was already removed by it drying, would one time be sufficient?

A: No need for a second time.  Since the Najassa (impurity) itself was removed and then it was out in KURR (a measurement of water; equivalent to approximately 377 litres.) water, and then this is enough.

COMMENTS

  1. To purify myself after I have urinated or done faeces, I fill up a watering can and pour the water. Is this considered sufficient and acceptable tahara? Does it matter how much water is in there?

    • A: Yes it is enough. Pouring water after removing source of NAJASH is enough to maintain purity.

  2. Hello.
    If I am on my period and I woke up and the blood has overflown and stained my pants but not on my bedsheets, must I change my bedsheets because my pants may have came in contact with my bedsheets whilst I was asleep and moving around? Thank you.

    • A: When one doubts if the NAJASAH has reached the bedsheets they should be considered TAHIR.

  3. I have two questions which I would prefer separate answers to.
    1) If period blood flows out of the middle of the pad and onto the sides of the pad and her pants may have came in contact with that side of the pad, are the pants deemed najis? (No stain on the pants by the way, just may have touched)
    2) If the period blood has leaked onto the underwear, and the pants have touched it, are the pants deemed najis? (Only stain on the underwear, not pants. Just touched the pants)
    * For both questions, does it matter if the blood that touched was dry or fresh, and what if one is unsure if it is dry or fresh?

    • A: When one doubts if the NAJASAH has reached the clothes they should be considered TAHIR.
      B: We do not deem the pants impure if we do not know if the NAJASAH has reached them or that they have touched in the presence of a wet medium.

  4. Is wudu invalidated by a woman's vaginal discharge? Can she still make wudu if she has discharge on her underwear? Is it a MUST that she change her underwear or is it OK to make wudu.

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