Pearl of Wisdom

with regard to Allah's verse in the Qur'an: He has guardian angels, to his front and his rear, who guard him by Allah's command command,', said, 'By the command of Allah he is protected from falling in to a well or from a wall falling onto him, or from being struck with something, until the decree of Allah comes. They [i.e. the angels] leave him alone it and pass him onto his decrees. They are two angels that protect him in the night, and two angels following them that protect him in the day.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 59, p. 179, no. 16

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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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