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2. Purification (Ṭahārah)

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  • Ruling 23

    Qalīl water is water that does not gush from the earth and is less than kurr.

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  • Ruling 24

    If qalīl water is poured onto an impure object or an impure object comes into contact with qalīl water, the qalīl water becomes impure. However, if qalīl water is poured over an impure object from above, then the …

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  • Ruling 25*

    Qalīl water that separates from an impure object by itself or as a result of pressure and suchlike when that object is washed or after it has been washed is called ‘waste water’ (ghusālah) and is impure (najis). …

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  • Ruling 26

    Qalīl water with which the urinary outlet or the anus are washed does not make anything it comes into contact with impure, provided that five conditions are met:It does not acquire the smell, colour, or taste of the …

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  • Ruling 27

    In the event that an impurity makes contact with flowing water – even if it is less than kurr – then as long as the smell, colour, or taste of the water does not change by means of the …

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  • Ruling 28

    If an impurity makes contact with flowing water, the amount of flowing water that changes in smell, colour, or taste by means of the impurity is impure. Flowing water that is connected to a spring is pure even …

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  • Ruling 29

    The water of a spring that is not flowing but is such that if water is taken from it water gushes out again, is not ruled to be flowing water, meaning that if an impurity comes into contact …

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  • Ruling 30

    Water that is stagnant at the side of a stream and is connected to flowing water is not ruled to be flowing water.

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  • Ruling 31

    A spring that, for example, gushes in winter but does not gush in summer is ruled to be flowing water only when it gushes.

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  • Ruling 32

    If the water of a basin in a public bath is less than kurr, and the water is connected to the water of a tank which together with the water of the basin equals kurr, in the event …

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