Pearl of Wisdom

Verily the Prophet (SAWA) once passed by a pile of wheat, so he placed his hand in and his fingers hit upon some moisture, at which he asked the vendor, 'What is this O vendor of wheat?' to which he replied, 'The rain fell on it O Prophet of Allah.' The Prophet then asked him, 'Then why did you not place it at the top of the pile that people might see it?! He who swindles us is not of us.'

Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [sawa]
al-Targhib wa al-Tarhib, v. 2, p. 571, 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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