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Ruling 126

If thick phlegm from the nose or throat contains blood, the part that contains blood is impure and the rest of it is pure. Therefore, if the phlegm touches the outer mouth or nose, the area that one is certain the impure phlegm touched is impure, and the area about which one is doubtful whether the impure phlegm touched or not is pure.

  • Publisher's Note

    If a part of the body perspires and that part becomes impure, and the sweat goes from that part to another part, then whichever part