Is the impurity of maniy (semen) on the bed transferred to the body that is wet, assuming that maniy is impure?As a result of janabah, maniy got onto the bed and the sheets. The correct view, in my opinion, is that it is impure (najis). If we assume that it came into contact with it for certain, then what I do is the following, as I am a student and I live with other students, so it is difficult to wash the bedding every time. Therefore I leave that impurity (najasah) because it is a kind of temporary impurity, and it leaves no trace. Therefore I leave it, and I may sit on it when I am wet or it is wet, and I follow the view of Imam Malik, that the ruling [of impurity] cannot be transferred [to something else]. Is what I do correct? What is the ruling on my prayers, because I pray in the same clothes that I was sitting in?
Do the secretions from a woman’s uterus become najis (impure) when mixed with madhiy (prostatic fluid)?Do the secretions from a woman’s vagina become najis (impure) when mixed with madhiy (prostatic fluid)?
To clean impurity, is it sufficient to wipe it several times with a damp cloth?I want to remove my kid's diaper to train him to do piss and poop on commode but I know definitely many times he will do on floor. I know it's best to pour water to clean impurity but can I clean 3 times with wet towel or any clothes as I m already OCD patient it will be difficult for me to pour water every time.
How to purify oneself from madhiy (pre-seminal fluid)It prayer valid if one did not wash madhiy (pre-seminal fluid) from the testicles? I heard that the Shaaf ‘is, Maalikis, Hanafis and some of the Hanbalis do not think that we needs to wash the testicles?
Playing [a recording of] Qur’an in an unclean (najis) placeThe television is in my father and mother’s bedroom, and I want to play Qur’an on the television, but because my father is elderly, he urinates in a bottle and leaves it in the room. Is it permissible for me to turn on the television and tune into the Qur’an channels, knowing that the place is regarded as unclean or impure (najis)?
Questions about impurity (najasah) and how to cleanse things of itHow can I wash off impurity (najasah) in a correct manner? I hope you can explain the following scenarios: 1. Cleansing impurity from a smooth, impermeable surface, as opposed to a permeable surface (I have heard that you do not need to use water on a smooth, impermeable surface). Also, how many times does it have to be washed with water? 2. How can we make cushions and pillows, and all thick items, pure? 3. How many times must urine/non-visible impurities be washed from clothing? Also, do we have to wring them out or is it sufficient to wash them under running water, using the same amount of water as we would use to wash them and wring them out? 4. I have heard that we can submerge the clothing in a vessel filled with water that is three times the amount of urine (so let’s say that the urine is 100 ml; we can submerge that part of the garment in 300 ml of water without needing to wring it out). Or if we put the clothes in the bathtub, the impurity will not affect the water. Is that correct? If it is correct, what about non-visible impurity that we cannot see? 5. Are washing machines good to get rid of impurity, if the cycle is not 3 times? The clothes come out with no trace of impurity. 6. The following question is somewhat related: can I use detergents if I do not know whether any ingredients in them of animal origin are haram or not? Will this make all the clothes impure (especially if the detergents use ingredients of animal origin)? Or are all detergents halal because they do not have the physical characteristics of the animal? I’m sorry for asking so many questions, but I have looked everywhere and have not been able to find answers. May Allah reward you with good.
found a yellow colour in the underwearA woman had intercourse at night and she had a ghusl and in the morning there wasn't any traces of any discharge; yet at noon found a yellow colour in the underwear; she was not sleeping and there wasn't any shahwa at all.Is this mena and does she have to repeat to have another ghusl and repeat the prayers
Najaasah (impurity) of dogs and the ruling on keeping a dogI am confused as to the position of the dog in Islam. I thought that what is najis is the nose (saliva) and that no other part of the dog is najis, except when it is wet. I also understood that keeping a dog as guard dog etc...is not haram. however, in Malaysia, there is a very strong aversion to the dog amongst Muslim communities to the extent that even in educational religious books produced from this country condemns the dog as najis (throughout) and haram to keep. I hope you can clarify this.
Ruling on having a dogALSALAAM ALAIKUM I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT KEEPING PETS IN THE HOUSE.I KNOW THAT THE KALB(DOG)IS CONSIDERED NIJASA, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHY. I REMEMBER A SECTION IN THE Qur'an WHERE THE PROPHET PEACE BE UPON HIM ONCE GAVE A THIRSTY DOG WATER TO DRINK OR SOMETHING TO THAT EFFECT. COULD YOU PLEASE ELABORATE. THANK YOU
How to purify the Mus-haf of impurity that has gotten onto itIf impurity accidentally gets onto the Mus-haf (Arabic-only copy of the Qur’an), can it be purified simply by pouring water on it, then drying it with a sponge or tissues?
If a garment touches another garment on which there is some najaasah that is wet, is this najaasah transferred to it as a result?If someone sees impurity (najaasah) on his underwear, does he have to wash his trousers even though there is no trace of the impurity on the trousers, seeing that the impurity on his underwear is wet then it comes into contact with the trousers which are dry; will the trousers become impure too?
If some pork falls into water and none of its characteristics are changedMy question is this: if my tap water at home is contaminated with molecule amounts of amounts of pig is it still permisdible to do wudu with this water. Please note the characteristics does not change.
He suffers from ongoing emission of madhiy; how can he avoid the najaasah caused by it?I suffer from ongoing emission of madhiy (prostatic fluid). I saw on this website that the one who is suffering with this problem has to wrap his penis in something that will prevent the madhiy spreading. I followed this advice, and I used some scotch tape, but I soon stopped because I did not feel comfortable. Then I resorted to the second method, which was sprinkling water on my garments. This time I also stopped, because sprinkling water left a spot on my pants that others could see, which was very embarrassing, especially since I spend most of my day outside the house. Finally I resorted to the third method, which was suggested to me by one of the scholars, which is to wash the penis only, for one who finds it difficult to clean his clothes from the drops of madhiy. I found that this way brought me a great deal of relief, and I started to offer the prayers easily. Should I continue with this way? What is the way that you suggest to wash off the madhiy that gets onto my body?
Ruling on sugar of which the refining process uses bone charIs refining cane sugar haram? Because the factories use burned bones (bone char) in the refining process, which may be bones from livestock but we do not know their precise source and whether it is halal or haram.
Ruling on using blood meal fertiliser or derivatives thereofI would like to know if its okay for me to use a tomato plant feed that is extracted from blood meal by hydrolysis This the link of what i wish to purchase http://www.organiccatalogue.com/p1229/CHASE-ORGANIC-TOMATO-FEED-5-Litres/product_info.html there is no guidance in what we can use in growing vegetables and fruits.
How to distinguish between yellowish discharge and ordinary secretions?How can I distinguish between yellowish discharge and ordinary vaginal secretions, if they follow on directly from menses? Or is it the case that everything that has a yellowish colour comes under the heading of yellowish discharge, even if it is white with the slightest tinge of yellow, and it means that I cannot fast or pray if it follows on directly from menses? Sometimes I see a white discharge, but I shine a white light on it so that I can be sure, and I see that it has a very slight yellowish tinge. Is this the yellowish discharge, or can it be likened to anything by means of which I can distinguish it?
What should a worshipper do if his gums start to bleed whilst he is praying?Should he spit if his gums start to bleed whilst praying? Does that invalidate wudoo’? Is it possible to split whilst he is praying? Should he spit whether he is in the mosque or some other place? Does it invalidate the fast if he swallows the blood that comes from his gums? Does he have to wash the piece of cloth into which he spat and on which blood can be seen? Is it sufficient to wipe it with a paper tissue or is it essential to use water? What if he spits on the ground, is it sufficient to wipe it with the tissue? If washing with water is obligatory, is it sufficient to wash it once or is it essential to wash it three times?
Does a small amount of water become najis (impure) if some impurity falls into it but its characteristics do not change?Is it permissible for me to do wudoo’ in water when I know that something impure fell into it, but it was a small amount of impurity, and it did not leave any trace in the water?
He is suffering from waswaas with regard to cleaning himself (istinja) after urinating, which is compelling him to shower straight after urinatingAfter urinating I dont know how to do istinja.. so I wash my whole lower portion in shower... but that way urine gets mixed with water and falls on my legs etc... so I wash them... and I have hair in leg, so I try to wash them by circular motion... but then I wash my hand twice... to wash 2nd leg... then water spills and goes on my back, so I end up washing them... then those water comes in front... so I end up going back and forth for like 20-30 min... I know it sounds too much, but I can't help it... how do I ignore if I am sure urine did mix with water... and how do I was hand twice if I got urine in my hand... washing one hand twice and using that hand to wash the other will cause both hand to get impure... I can't figure it out.... it takes me 5 min to just wash hand.... In wudu I heard that used water is not purifying , so when we wash, water spills... they bounce back... or water from ears falls on face when washing face... and how can you avoid water spills in ghusl? I use shower for ghusl, and the force will definitely make small drops of water to spill... please help. Please Please help me... I am having a lot of trouble. My parents yell at me everyday. I can't disobey them, I know I am wrong... but sometimes I end up getting angry, which is really bad... please help
What are the pure (tahir) and impure (najis) animals?What are the pure (tahir) and impure (najis) animals?