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  • .mirror.
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    Originally posted by A12 View Post
    I am confused too. I've been searching for days. If you know you touched the duvet whilst intimacy is the duvet impure? No liquid got into duvet.
    Not sure what you're asking.

    But, if you've touched the portion of duvet where there is impurity (i.e. semen), then you have to wash yourself to remove the impurity.

    If you touch the duvet and there was no impurity on the duvet, then of course, you are not impure.

    Also, just to clarify, there's spiritual impurity, the Janaba, and physical impurity like having the actual semen on your clothes or body.

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  • Bismil
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    Human beings are made from sperm , human beings include all prophets ( except Jesus ) { peace upon all }

    I think the view that that sperm is pure is correct.

    Allah Hu Alam.

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  • A12
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    I am confused too. I've been searching for days. If you know you touched the duvet whilst intimacy is the duvet impure? No liquid got into duvet.

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  • .mirror.
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    Originally posted by SpamMod2 View Post
    There is a difference of opinion regarding that. What you've said is true according to the Hanafis but in the Shafi'i madhhab the first is pure and the second impure.
    :jkk:

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  • *asiya*
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    Its legal implications:
    `A’ishah said: “Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) used to wash the semen off of his clothes. Then he would go for prayer wearing the same clothes while I could still see on them the residue of his washing.”The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to extract the semen from his garment with the help of a small, fragrant weed and then pray wearing the garment. If the semen was dry, he would simply rub it off his garment and then pray wearing it

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    Sister just use put a towel underneath you both and put that in the wash afterwards.

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  • SpamMod2
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    Originally posted by .mirror. View Post
    Sperm and Pre-seminal Fluid both are impure.
    There is a difference of opinion regarding that. What you've said is true according to the Hanafis but in the Shafi'i madhhab the first is pure and the second impure.

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  • .mirror.
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    Sperm and Pre-seminal Fluid both are impure.

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    I also did not understand that why serms pure and prostatic fluid not. Also it is impossible to get sperms without prostatic fluid.By the way I am a doctor.

    Just on a note we discu nd completely ignore important social issues which affects us andwhole society like lying, not fullfilling our duties, rudeness with parents kids and wives, not completing our works, breaking our pacts, cheating, hurting others, missing prayers etc etc.

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  • J.Farhan
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    Sperm is pure but prostatic fluid is impure! Ok! But i thought what comes out is called Semen a mixture of prostatic fluid Seminal fluid and sperm!! So i don't get this pure and impure tag! Explain!

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  • deen1984
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    Is it necessary to wash the bedclothes when they get contaminated with sexual fluids?

    Alhamdulillah I got married recently. I be with my wife in bed (I mean intimately). The bed spreads might contain some sexual fluids. My question is should we change it everytime that happens. We do change it now. But the problem is we are in a joint family (living with parents & brother) and its kind of awkward to keep changing it often and washing the dirty ones.
    Should we change the dirty ones? What happens when one sits on that? Should he or she has to do ghusl or wudu to become clean again.


    Praise be to Allaah.

    If the fluid which is emitted is as a result of foreplay and what gets on the bedclothes is maniy (sperm) that is not mixed with any other secretions, then you do not have to wash the bedclothes because maniy is taahir (pure) according to the correct scholarly opinion.

    But if what gets onto the bedclothes is madhiy (prostatic fluid) or some other secretion that comes from the private parts of the man or the woman, then you have to wash only the spot where this fluid got onto the bed, because these secretions are regarded as najis (impure).

    With regard to doing ghusl, this is required in two cases:

    1 – When intercourse takes place, which is when the entire glans (tip of the penis) enters the woman’s vagina, even if he does not ejaculate. In this case ghusl is required of both the man and the woman, because the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When (the man) sits between the thighs and calves of a woman and the two circumcised parts touch, then ghusl is obligatory.” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 291; Muslim, 349). According to a report narrated by Muslim, “… even if he does not ejaculate.”

    2 – When sperm is emitted without intercourse. If a man or woman reaches climax, then ghusl is obligatory. If the man reaches climax but the woman does not or vice versa, then ghusl is obligatory because of what has been emitted from them, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

    “If you are in a state of Janaaba (i.e. after a sexual discharge), purify yourselves (bathe your whole body)”[al-Maa'idah 5:6]

    Ghusl becomes obligatory when something is emitted or climax is reached, even if intercourse does not take place, and it becomes obligatory when intercourse takes place even if there is no ejaculation or climax, and it becomes obligatory when both take place together.

    And Allaah is the Source of strength.

    See Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah; Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen, Kitaab Fataawa al-‘Ulama’ fi ‘Ushrat al-Nisa’, 36, 42; Fataawa Manaar al-Islam, 1/110.


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    dirty sheets after being with husband

    I'm confused about the concept of "janaba". After being intimate with your husband, I know ghusl must be performed. But do all the sheets and blankets and duvet need to be washed.My husband insists that everything be washed or your wudu will be invalid if you touch the sheets again. Even if intercourse didn't take place but he might have ejaculated. what is the ruling on all of this?

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