Pearl of Wisdom

to his son Muhammad b. al-Hanafiyya when he gave him the standard in the Battle of the Camel, mountains may move from their position but you should not move from yours. Grit your teeth. Lend to Allah your head [i.e. give yourself to Allah]. Plant your feet firmly in the ground. Have your eye on the remotest foe and lower your gaze, and know that victory is from Allah, the Glorified.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Baldgha, Sermon 11

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Question : #510 Category: Wudhu / Ghusal
Subject: Entering junub not from penis, possible?
Question: I understand that a female enters the state of "Junub" after the penetration of her private parts.

Does she enter "Junub" if penetrated/stimulated by objects other than the penis?
Answer: In Islamic laws, sexual intercourse is defined as the penetration of the glans into the vagina or anus of the woman. That is, including the use of sexual objects, for ghusl janabat to become wajib it is not necessary that full penetration or discharge of semen should take place.

However if a secretion is discharged from a woman, then it is precautionary wajib for her to do ghusl janabat provided it came with sexual passion and she felt relaxed after it. But if the secretion comes without the sexual passion or without the feeling of relaxation after the discharge, then it is not najis and therefore ghusl is not wajib upon her.

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