2. UNCLEAN water, which is not permissible for Wudhu.
Mutlaq Water – Natural water such as Rainwater, Seawater and altered water because of its being in a place for a long time, like a pond or lake and is mixed with algae, tree leaves etc., which cannot be removed from it.
Water even though mixed with clean elements such as soap, flour or salt etc. to some extent, can still be called water.
A large quantity of water, which is equal to or more than 2 Quallas. This water, even if it is mixed with impure substances, but does not change its taste, colour or odour, is considered clean water.
Note: 1 Qulla is equivalent to about 95.62 litres.
If any impurities are mixed with a small quantity of water, – which is less than 2 Quallas, then this water is considered unclean, regardless of whether or not there is a relative change in taste, colour or odour of the water.
If any of the impurities are combined with a large quantity of water – 2 Quallas or more, but the taste, colour or odour of water is already changed or altered.
i. Human excrement
b. His urine
c. Shed blood – Bloodshed under any circumstances.
d. Dog’s saliva
e. The urine and stool of animals are not permissible to eat.
g. Dead animals except:
Dead animals of the sea and locusts
Dead animals that have no running blood e.g. a fly Hair, fur, feathers, bones, horns and hoofs of dead animals that are permissible to eat when they were alive.