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سه‌شنبه: 19 / 09 / 2017 ( )

First Condition

 

807. The dress of a person offering prayers should be Pak. Therefore, if a person intentionally prays with Najis body, or dress, his prayers would be void.

808. If a person did not know that Namaz offered with Najis body or dress is void, and he prayed in that state, as per obligatory precaution, his prayers is void.

809. If a person did not know the rule that a particular thing is Najis, like, if he does not know that the sweat of a Kafir is Najis, and he prayed with it, as per obligatory precaution, his prayer is void.

810. If, a person did not know that his body or dress was Najis, and came to know after Namaz, that either of them was Najis, the prayers are in order, however, as per recommended precaution, if there is enough time at his disposal, he should offer the prayers again.

811. If a person forgets that his body or dress is Najis, and remembers during Namaz, or after completing Namaz, he should offer the prayers again, and if the time has lapsed, he should give its Qadha.

812. If a person has ample time at his disposal, and while offering prayers his body or dress becomes Najis and before he performs any part of the prayer in that state, he realizes that his body or clothes have become Najis, or he finds out that his body or clothes are Najis, and suspects that whether it was Najis from before or got Najis while praying, if washing it, or changing it, or taking it off, does not invalidate the

 

Namaz, then while praying he should wash his body or clothes, or change his clothes, or if something else is covering the private parts then he should take his clothes off.
But, if while praying, washing the body or clothes, or changing clothes, or taking off the clothes may invalidate his Namaz, or if he takes off his dress and will not have anything to cover his private parts, he should abandon his prayer and should offer his prayers again with Pak body and clothes.

813. When a person is praying, and the time at his disposal is short, and during the prayers his clothes become Najis, or before he performs any act in the state of Najasat, he realizes that his clothes are Najis, and doubts whether his clothes were Najis from before or just become Najis, if washing the clothes or changing it, or taking it off does not disrupts the form of Namaz, and is possible to take out the clothes, then he should wash the clothes or change it, or if something else is covering his private parts he should take out his clothes and complete the prayers. But if he has no other clothes which would cover his private parts if he took off the dress, nor can he wash or change it, and he does not have enough time that after changing his clothes or washing it we will not have time to offer even one Rak’at of Namaz, he should complete his Namaz with the same Najis dress.

814. When a person is praying, and the time at his disposal is short, and during the prayers he realizes that his body has become Najis, or before he performs any act in the state of Najasat, he realizes that his body is Najis, and doubts whether his body was Najis from before or just become Najis, if washing the body does not disrupt the form of Namaz, he should wash his body, and if it disrupts the form of Namaz, then he should complete his Namaz in the same state, and his prayers will be valid.

815. If a person doubts whether his body or dress is Pak, and if he offers his Namaz, and he learns after Namaz that his body or dress was actually Najis, his prayers are in order.

816. If a person washes his dress, and becomes sure that it has become Pak, and offers prayers with it, but learns after the prayers that it had not become Pak, his prayers are in order.

817. If a person sees blood on his body or dress, and is certain that it is not one of the Najis bloods, like, if he is sure that it is the blood of a mosquito, and if after offering the prayers, he learns that it was one of those bloods with which prayers cannot be offered, his prayers are in order.

818. If a person is sure that the blood which is on his body or dress, is a type of Najis blood which is allowed in Namaz, like, the blood from wound or a sore, but comes

 

to know after having offered his prayers, that it is the blood which makes prayers void, as per obligatory precaution, he should repeat his prayers, and if time has lapsed for that prayer, he should offer its Qadha.

819. If a person forgets that a particular thing is Najis, and his wet body or dress touches that thing, and then he offers prayers forgetfully, recollecting after the prayers, his prayer is in order. In such situation, if his wet body or dress touches a thing about which he forgot that it was Najis and he does Ghusl without first making his body Pak, and then proceeds to pray, both his Ghusl and Namaz will be void.
Similarly, if any part of Wudhu is washed without first making it Pak, and prayers are offered, both Wudhu and the prayers will be void.

820. If a person possesses only one dress, and if his body and dress both are Najis, and if the water in his possession is just enough to make one of them Pak, it is better to make the body Pak, and offer prayers with the Najis dress, and as per precautionary measures, he should also repeat the prayer by following the rulings mentioned for naked people. However, if one thing become Najis by urine, which become Pak by pouring under – Kurr water twice, and the other thing becomes Najis by blood, which becomes Pak by pouring under – Kurr water once, then he should make Pak, the one which became Najis by urine.

821. A person who does not have any dress other than a Najis one, should offer prayers with that Najis dress, and as per recommended precaution, he should also repeat his prayers by following the rulings mentioned for naked people.

822. If a person has two sets of dresses, and knows that one of them is Najis, but does not know which one, and has sufficient time at his disposal, he should offer prayers with each one of them.

For example, if he wishes to offer Zuhr and ‘Asr prayers, he should offer one Zuhr prayer and one ‘Asr prayer with each set. However, if the time at his disposal is short, he may offer the prayers with either of them, and it will be sufficient.

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