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    Sorry for random post, my confused mate needs to know:

    AoA,

    say if you wear clothes which have an impurity on them and they are dry, then it is OK to wear them since no impurity will be transferred. However, what if, whilst wearing them you do a little bit of activity e.g playing sports etc which makes you sweat a bit, then does that mean any other clothes that came in contact with that dirty garment becomes napaak? I would think it wouldnt as it is only natural to sweat and you can't stop it, is that right?

    Jazakallah!
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    :hat2: Everyone.
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    Eid mubarak homeboys!
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    (Original post by Gangsta Boogie)
    Sorry for random post, my confused mate needs to know:

    AoA,

    say if you wear clothes which have an impurity on them and they are dry, then it is OK to wear them since no impurity will be transferred. However, what if, whilst wearing them you do a little bit of activity e.g playing sports etc which makes you sweat a bit, then does that mean any other clothes that came in contact with that dirty garment becomes napaak? I would think it wouldnt as it is only natural to sweat and you can't stop it, is that right?

    Jazakallah!
    does anybody know?
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    Eid Mubarak everyone. Have a great day!
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    (Original post by Gangsta Boogie)
    does anybody know?
    I have heard that if the impurity is greater than the size of a coin it has to be washed to purify the garment than prayers can be offered. If the impurity has dried up and nothing has mixed with it, than the garment becomes pure as long as the impurity is scrubbed/washed of.
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    :hi: Eid Mubarak to everyone
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    (Original post by Malsy)
    :hat2: Everyone.
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    Eid Mubarak Masly!
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    took your time syed:p:

    Joke, eid mubarak :yep:
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    (Original post by R£SP£CT)
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    Eid Mubarak Masly!

    eid mubarak, bro
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    (Original post by SyedT)
    :hi: Eid Mubarak to everyone
    You too brother! Eid Mubarak!
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    Sorry :sigh:

    Our Eid isn't actually tomorrow,and I was away today so that's why
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    (Original post by Gangsta Boogie)
    Sorry for random post, my confused mate needs to know:

    AoA,

    say if you wear clothes which have an impurity on them and they are dry, then it is OK to wear them since no impurity will be transferred. However, what if, whilst wearing them you do a little bit of activity e.g playing sports etc which makes you sweat a bit, then does that mean any other clothes that came in contact with that dirty garment becomes napaak? I would think it wouldnt as it is only natural to sweat and you can't stop it, is that right?

    Jazakallah!
    Dry or wet, the garment is napaak....

    sweat isn't an impurity...that's quite a common misconception....you sweat 24/7, otherwise we wouldn't be able to pray

    If you had **** on a something and it touched something else, i'm sure it makes it napaak too....
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    (Original post by Makaveli_The_Don)
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    Eid Mubarak to you too!
 
 
 
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