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Cleaning impurity

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Q:

1) Whilst seated on a high pan toilet and one relieves oneself, does the water, which is often polluted and napaak, that remains and comes from inside of the high pan toilet or commode, happens to splash upon any part of one’s body, does Ghusl or wudhu become necessary so that Salaah be performed?

2) When having a Fardh Ghusl, does soap have to be used as a means of removing the dirt and impurity or najaasat which is on one’s body, such as after a wet dream, or does merely passing water suffice for the Fardh Ghusl to be done to render one paak and clean to perform Salaah?

B) If merely passing water over the affected or dirty parts of the body is sufficient, is there a specific number of times that water needs to be passed over the dirty parts to render one paak and for the Fardh Ghusl to be completed so that one could perform Salaah?

3) Clothes that have become napaak as a result of wet dream or any najaasat or droppings of urine falling on them, do they become clean as a result of washing them in a washing machine only and thereafter worn and perform Salaah?

4) Is there a specific number of times to wash when making Istinjaa?

5) Does blood which comes onto the topee (headgear) while in Salaah, render the Salaah null and void?

B) if yes, does wudhu and Salaah be repeated or only Salaah?

6) If dried blood is on the topee (headgear) does Salaah read with it be valid?

B) If it was washed and still the marks of blood are visible, will one’s Salaah be accepted if one reads Salaah with it? 

Bismillaah

A:

1. The area that is affected must be washed. You do not need to renew the ghusl.

2. Soap does not have to be used as long as the impurity is washed away.

B) No. As long as you are sure that the soiled area has been washed correctly

3. Precaution requires that you wash the napaak area first and then put the clothing into the washing machine.

4. No

5. If the blood is more than the circumference of the palm the namaz will not be valid.

6. If the blood is more than the circumference of the palm the namaz will not be valid.

B) Yes.

And Allah Ta’ala (الله تعالى) knows best.

 

Answered by:

Mufti Ebrahim Salejee (Isipingo Beach)

This answer was collected from MuftiOnline.co.za, where the questions have been answered by Mufti Zakaria Makada (Hafizahullah), who is currently a senior lecturer in the science of Hadith and Fiqh at Madrasah Ta’leemuddeen, Isipingo Beach, South Africa.

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