Clothing (also known as clothes, apparel and attire) is a collective term for items worn on the body. Clothing can be made of textiles, animal skin, or other thin sheets of materials put together. The wearing of clothing is mostly restricted to human beings and is a feature of all human societies.
Only white and clean
1. Clothes or items which were been purchased using money which was earned and remained with you for one year or more and you did not pay Khums of that remaining money. When Khums was obligatory on an amount, it remains obligatory on any item been purchased using that money which is a Khums non-paid money. If you are sure that you purchased any cloth or item using such Khums-non-paid money, you must pay the Khums on the original amount of the purchase, not the current value.
2. Clothes or items which you did not use for one year or more, Khums becomes obligatory on it or it's current value which can be less that the original value.
3. There is no Khums on clothes or items which you purchased from your earnings during the same year of earning as far as you use them and did not leave using them for one year.
4. There is no Khums on clothes or items for lawful use purchased using saved money out of which was Khums paid.
No it isn't necessary for you to say any specific words or have a particular intention for purifying something; you may just do the action. Yes other acts such as wudu, ghusl, salah and fasting etc would require an intention.
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Istinjā` is washing yourself after relieving yourself in the toilet. This is of course very important for the purpose of tahārah, wanting to pray, etc.
However, there is something else that is important to do, but is not obligatory, and that is istibrā`. Istibrā` is clearing the urinary outlet after urinating. For a male, you do this by what we call the nine squeezes.
The advantage of istibrā` is if you do it, with any discharge you might feel after the istibrā` and the istinjā` , you consider it to be tahir. However, if you do not do the istibrā`, and you experience a discharge, not knowing what it is, you deem it as najis, and you must wash yourself again.
I have added a link to a recorded lesson on this, with detailed explanation.
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There is a hadith that says:
لا طاعة لمخلوق في معصية الخالق
There is no obedience to a creation through disobedience to the Creator.
We cannot obey the laws of others at the cost of disobeying Almighty God. If hijab has been mandated by Almighty God, then we as His worshippers must comply to His law. So, we must not disobey God just to follow what someone else says, even if they are our parents whom we must obey. Our obedience to our parents is obligatory, but not in performing haram acts.
Clearly, in this case, the parents have a misconstrued approach to how their daughter should appear or conduct herself in public. They might be under the impression that by doing this, she will get married, but of course this is the worst way and its a very damaging approach.
The daughter should not comply with what her parents want, and respectfully decline, by explaining how unhealthy this approach is.
It's not just a matter of religion, but also on a human value and social level as well.
In Islam, attraction should not be by the gazing of onlookers, but by personality and moral qualities and righteousness.
With prayers for your success.
It can be kep and used by the family or friends or given to charity if the inheritors want to give it to charity. It is owned by the inheritors and they can donate or gift or use it.
Drops of urine which you know that it touched your body or cloth are Najis but not drops of water of washing when it does not have any part of the Najis material. Drops which are not noticed or too small to notice should not harm you because you don't know that it touched your body or cloth or whether it was drops of urine or water. Everything is Taahir for you until you know that it is Najis.
I will assume that what you mean by an "Indian" toilet" is a squat toilet, or a ground toilet.
While urinating, if drops of urine splash onto you, then of course it must be purified, but when you are washing, and splashes of water fall onto you, then it is fine.
To avoid urine splashing onto you, direct it in such a way where it doesnt splash, or pour water simultaneously.
As for "feeling", you only wash what you know for sure fell onto you, and nothing else.
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Yes a woman can swim if she is wearing the proper islamic covering. A lot of times the women swim in a place for women only.
If the woman is wearing full Hijab (lose clothes that don't define her body) cycling will be permissible for her, although it is better for her to avoid it as it is mentioned in many books the it is Makrouh (disliked). Makrouh is after all permissible.
If the ayn an najasa was still left on the clothes (for example pieces of fecal matter) then yes they would be najis. However if it was only stains left such as blood stains, then this wouldn't be najis as the actual najis substance has been removed.
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Asalamu Alaykom, if najasa was still on some of the clothes then you need to rewash them again as they would be najis.
If only colour remains, then it wouldn't be necessary to rewash. For example you had some clothing with blood on it and the red stain remained while the actual substance was removed. In such a case the item would be tahir and colour wouldn't be an issue.
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