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If I prayed Isha, or any other prayer, and then 1 hour later I see a cut with dried blood around it, does it mean I have to pray Isha again? I didn’t notice any blood from the cut until then.

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If I prayed Isha, or any other prayer, and then 1 hour later I see a cut with dried blood around it, does it mean I have to pray Isha again? I didn’t notice any blood from the cut until then.

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In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

Assalaamu `alaykum waRahmatullahi Wabarakatoh

If one noticed najaasah (impurity) greater than the size of a dirham sometime after praying salah, and did not notice it or know of it until then, the salah will be valid and will not have to be repeated.

وفي السراج : لو وجد في ثوبه نجاسة مغلظة أكثر من قدر الدرهم ولم يعلم بالإصابة لم يعد شيئا بالإجماع وهو الأصح . قلت : وهذا يشمل الدم ، فيقتضي أن الأصح عدم الإعادة مطلقا تأمل

(Raddul Muhtar, 1/220, HM Saeed)

ومشايخنا قالوا في البول يعتبر من آخر ما بال وفي الدم من آخر ما رعف وفي المني من آخر ما احتلم أو جامع كذا في البدائع ومراده بالاحتلام النوم ؛ لأنه سببه بدليل ما نقله في المحيط عن ابن رستم أنه يعيد من آخر نومة نامها فيه واختار في المحيط أنه لا يعيد شيئا لو رأى دما 

(Al-Bahr al-Raaiq, 1/221, Rashidiyya)

(Fatawa Mahmudiyya, 6/587, Faruqiyya)

And Allah knows best

Wassalam

Ml. Asif Umar,
Student Darul Iftaa

Checked and Approved by:

Mufti Ebrahim Desai
Darul Iftaa, Madrassah In’aamiyyah

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