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MASEEH AL-DAJJAAL: TYPES OF WATER & IMPURITIES ®™√ INN Nigeria©

Water can be divided into 2 categories:
1. CLEAN Water which is permissible for Wudhuo;
2. UNCLEAN water, which is not permissible for Wudhu.
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CLEAN WATER:
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.
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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.
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Note: 1 Qulla is equivalent to about 95.62 litres.
UNCLEAN WATER:
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.
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IMPURITIES
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.
f. Swine
g. Dead animals except:
Dead animals of the sea and locusts
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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.
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