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['Aalim Network QR] Praying with Woollen Garments


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Salamun `Alaykum

The following question was kindly answered by Shaykh Mustafa.


Fee Amaanillah,

Akil Karim
Moderator - 'Aalim Network

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FOLLOW-UP QUESTION

My question is that when we buy wool or any woollen garments specially
winter clothing from market we never know that the animal (e.g sheep)
whose wool is mixed in the clothing was slaughtered according to sharia
or not. Should we avoid wearing such clothes while praying or should not
wear them in any case? 


ANSWER:

Wool is that part of an animal that has no life. It is thus Tahir (Paak)
in any case even if you know that the animal has not been slaughtered
according to Sharia. 

Ayatullah Seestani, in his Resala, Pg 16 Masala 90 (The English Version)
says: 

Those parts of a dead body which do not contain life like wool, hair, teeth,
nails, bones and horns are Paak.


With Salaams

Mustafa


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