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What calculation is made when the bucket is big? PDF Print E-mail

Question 29) - What calculation is made when the bucket is big?

A: If the bucket is so big that it is equivalent to ten medium sized buckets, the removal of two or three buckets will suffice when a rat or the like has died. The same calculation will be made when forty medium sized buckets had to be removed when a drove and the like died.

NOTE: The meaning of removing all the water is that there should only be so much water that half the bucket cannot be filled.

~al-Quduri ~

 
What size of bucket is considered when taking the water out? PDF Print E-mail

Question 28) - What size of bucket is considered when taking the water out?

A: A medium sized bucket which is used in wells.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Does the death of animals in water pollute the water? PDF Print E-mail

Question 26) - Does the death of animals in water pollute the water?

A: Yes, the death of an animal with flowing blood - bird or beast - pollute the water i.e. makes it impure. The death of an animal which normally lives in the water does not make it impure, e.g. fish, frogs, crabs, just as it does not become impure through the death of that which does not have flowing blood e.g bedbugs, flies, hornets and scorpions.

~al-Quduri ~

 
You have mentioned that well-water Is pure. It is possible that impurity falls in it. How then is it purified? PDF Print E-mail

Question 27) - You have mentioned that well-water Is pure. It is possible that impurity falls in it. How then is it purified?

A: As follows:

1. If an impurity falls in a well or a human, dog, sheep, or what resembles these in body dies in the well, then all the water is removed. The well is the purified.

2. If a dove, chicken, cat or what resembles them dies in the well, it is Wajib to remove 40 buckets of water and 50 is Mustahab.

3. If a rat, sparrow or what resembles them dies in the well; it is Wajib to remove 20 buckets of water and 30 is Mustahab.

4. This is when the corpse did not puff or disintegrate. If it puffed or disintegrated, it is Wajib to remove aft the water, whether the animal was big or small.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
What is the ruling of flowing water in which impurity fell? PDF Print E-mail

Question 25) - What is the ruling of flowing water in which impurity fell?

A: Wudu and Ghusl are permissible with it as long as the traces of the impurity are not visible because the impurity does not remain with the flowing of the water.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
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