Pearl of Wisdom

when 'Abdullah b. Sinan mentioned a man troubled with doubts in his ablution and his prayers, and claimed that he was a sane man, said, 'What kind of mind does he have if he is obeying Satan?!' [He said] So I said to him, 'And how is he obeying Satan?' So he said, 'Ask him this [misgiving] that he has, where does it come from?' And he shall say to you, 'It is an act of Satan.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Kafi, v. 3, p. 358, no. 2

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Question : #369 Category: Medical Issues
Subject: blood under the nail
Question: What is the ruling on the blood trapped under the nail, which is difficult to remove. Is it najis or tahir? If it was najis how should one go about it?
Answer: If it is not transformed, it is najis and should be removed, provided this does not entail any danger (haraj). If it remains, tayamum instead of wudhu and ghusl must be applied.

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