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Ahkam as Salah (Rules of Prayer) by Taqiuddin Nabhani

Ahkam as Salah (Rules of Prayer) by Taqiuddin Nabhani

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If an impurity fell into the water, causing it to change in taste, colour or scent,

then the water is impure (najis), whether the amount of water was small or

large, and whether it was running or still. It was established by Ijma‘a us-

Sahabah (consensus) that if the taste, colour or scent of water changes due to

an impurity then it is impure. As for if the water did not change in taste, colour

or scent, it has to be examined. If the water was less than two Qullahs, then it is

impure, and if it was two Qullahs or more, then it is pure for Rasool Allah (saw)

said: ―If water is (at least) two Qullahs, it does not carry refuse (khubth).‖ Two

Qullahs are (equivalent to) five water skins of water i.e. what is equal to 12 tins

(jerry cans) of water (i.e. 48 gallons?). This is regarding the impurities that can

be seen by the eye. As for the impurities that cannot be seen with the naked

eye, such as a fly landing on an impurity then landing on the water, this does

not make the water impure and is excused. This is similar to the dress that has

on it an impurity that cannot be seen with the naked eye; such an impurity is

excused.

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