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What is the ruling of a man's or animal?s (sur) [leftover food or drink]? PDF Print E-mail

Question 32) - What is the ruling of a man's or animal?s (sur) [leftover food or drink]?

A: The leftovers of every human are pure, male or female, junubi (one who is need of ghusl, menstruating, Muslim or Kafir. Similarly the leftovers of an animal whose flesh can be eaten are pure. The leftovers of dogs, pigs, and hunting animals are impure. The leftovers of cats, free chickens, hunting birds like falcons and hawks are Makruh (detested), as are the leftovers of animals which live in the home like rats and snakes.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Sometimes a rat is found and it was not known when it died. People have used its water for Wudu for Salah, washing clothing, vessels and other items. What should they now do? PDF Print E-mail

Question 31) - Sometimes a rat is found and it was not known when it died. People have used its water for Wudu for Salah, washing clothing, vessels and other items. What should they now do?

If the rat has not become puffed or disintegrated they should repeat the Salah of a day and night and rewash anything which was washed with that water. If the rat has puffed or disintegrated, then according to Imaam Abu Hanifa RA they should repeat the Salah of three days and nights. Imaam Abu Yusuf ~ and Imaam Muhammed RA say that they do not have to repeat anything until it is established when the rat fell. This is easier. Imaam Abu Hanifa's opinion is safer, Allah's mercy be on them all.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
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 ~

 
Some wells have a strong spring (outflow). As soon as water is taken out, it refills from the bottom. How should it be purified? PDF Print E-mail

Question 30) - Some wells have a strong spring (outflow). As soon as water is taken out, it refills from the bottom. How should it be purified?

A: When the amount which was in it has been extracted, it is purified. The word of two just men who have insight in water will be regarded as to the amount.

It is narrated from Imaam Muhammed bin al-Hasan RA. companion of Imaam Abu Hanifa, RA may Allaah's mercy be upon them both, that 200-300 buckets should be taken from such as well.

NOTE: When a well has been declared purified, whether some or all the water had to be removed, the bucket, rope, hand of the extractor, the walls and earth of the well are all considered pure. There is no need to rewash any of these things.

NOTE: The extraction of the water is only valid after the impurity has first been removed. Even if all the water has been removed but the impurity was still there, it is not pure.

~ 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 ~

 
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