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2. Purification (Ṭahārah)

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  • Ruling 344

    A person becomes junub35 in two ways: Sexual intercourse; Ejaculation of semen, whether he is asleep or awake, and  whether it is a little or a lot, with or without lust, voluntarily or involuntarily. 35  Junub is the …

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  • Ruling 345

    If some fluid comes out of the penis and the man does not know whether it is semen, urine, or something else – in the event that it comes out with three characteristics: it is accompanied by lust, …

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  • Ruling 346

    If some fluid is discharged by a man who is not sick and that fluid has one of the three characteristics mentioned in the previous ruling, but the man does not know whether or not it had any …

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  • Ruling 347

    It is recommended that one urinates after ejaculation; if he does not urinate, and after performing ghusl some fluid comes out about which he does not know whether it is semen or some other fluid, it is ruled as …

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  • Ruling 348

    If a person has sexual intercourse with a woman and penetration occurs up to or more than the circumcised part of the penis – irrespective of whether the penetration was in the vagina or in the anus, and …

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  • Ruling 349

    If a person doubts whether or not penetration has occurred up to the circumcised part of the penis, ghusl is not obligatory on him.

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  • Ruling 350

    If, God forbid, a man has sexual intercourse with an animal and the man ejaculates, ghusl is sufficient. If he does not ejaculate and he had wuḍūʾ before penetration, again ghusl is sufficient; but if he did not have wuḍūʾ, the …

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  • Ruling 351

    If a person feels the movement of semen but does not ejaculate, or, if one doubts whether semen has been ejaculated or not, ghusl is not obligatory on him.

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  • Ruling 352

    If someone cannot perform ghusl but it is possible for him to perform tayammum, he can still have sexual intercourse with his wife even after the time for prayers has set in.

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  • Ruling 353

    If a person sees semen on his clothes and knows that it has come from himself and he has not performed ghusl, he must perform ghusl and make up [i.e. perform as qaḍāʾ] those prayers that he is certain …

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