Does a person who sees blood on his clothes have to perform the prayers he has performed with those clothes again? What should I do since I wore my undershirt for a long time including the Friday prayer?
Submitted by on Mon, 28/03/2016 - 17:52
Dear Brother / Sister,
1. If the blood on the clothes is less than the size of the palm of the hand and if it is certain that it did not come from the body, the prayers are valid. If it came from the body, it is necessary to perform the prayers performed after the last wudu again.
2. If a person sees najasah ghaliza (major impurity) more than one dirham (enough to invalidate a prayer) on his clothes but if he does not know when his clothes were smeared, he does not have to perform any prayers again. There is consensus on this issue. This is the soundest view. (al-Muhit / Sarakhsi - al-Jawharatu'n-Nayyira)
(Celal Yıldırım, İslam Fıkhı)
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