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2. Purification (Ṭahārah)

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  • Ruling 43

    If an impurity falls into a well and changes the water’s smell, colour, or taste, in the event that the change in the water disappears, it becomes pure. However, based on obligatory precaution, the water becoming pure is …

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  • Ruling 44

    Mixed water – the meaning of which was mentioned in Ruling 13 – does not purify an impure object, and ritual bathing (ghusl) and ablution (wuḍūʾ) performed with it are invalid (bāṭil).

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  • Ruling 45

    Even if its quantity equals kurr, mixed water becomes impure if a particle of an impurity comes into contact with it. However, in the event that it is poured from above onto an impure object, the amount that …

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  • Ruling 46

    If impure mixed water is mixed with kurr water or flowing water in a way that it can no longer be commonly called ‘mixed water’, it becomes pure.

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  • Ruling 47

    Water that was unmixed and it is not known whether that water has become mixed is deemed to be unmixed, meaning that it purifies an impure object, and wuḍūʾ and ghusl performed with it are valid (ṣaḥīḥ). Furthermore, …

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  • Ruling 48

    If it is not known whether some water is unmixed or mixed, or whether it was previously unmixed or mixed, then such water does not purify an impure object, and wuḍūʾ and ghusl performed with it are invalid. …

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  • Ruling 49

    If an intrinsic impurity like blood or urine comes into contact with water and changes its smell, colour, or taste, it becomes impure even if it is kurr or flowing water. In fact, based on obligatory precaution, the …

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  • Ruling 50

    With regard to water into which an intrinsic impurity like blood or urine has fallen and there is a change in its smell, colour, or taste, in the event that it is connected to kurr or flowing water, …

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  • Ruling 51

    If an impure object is purified in kurr or flowing water, the water that drips from the object after the final wash that makes the object pure3 and after the object has been taken out of the water, is …

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  • Ruling 52

    Water that was pure and it is not known whether it has become impure or not is pure. Water that was impure and it is not known whether it has become pure or not is impure.

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