In fact, that part should be washed even if the najisul ayn had been removed earlier, as per obligatory precaution. Issue 602: Salat al-Mayyit should be offered after the dead body has been given Ghusl, Hunnut and Kafan and if it is offered before or during the performance of these acts, it does not suffice, even if it is due to forgetfulness or on account of not knowing the rule. Here the name of the dead person and his father should be called and thereafter it should be said: Annal laha tabaraka wa ta'ala ni'mar-Rabb wa anna Muhammadan sallal lahu 'alayhi wa Alihi ni'mar Rasul wa anna 'Aliyyabna Abi Talib wa awladahul ma'suminal A'i'mmatal ithna 'asharah ni'mal A'i'mmah wa anna ma ja'a bihi Muhammadun sallal lahu 'alayhi wa Alihi haqqun wa annal mawta haqqun wa suwala munkarin wa nakirin fil qabri haqqun wal ba'tha haqqun wan nushura haqqun wassirata haqqun wal mizana haqqun wa tatayiral kutubi haqqun wa annal jannata haqqun wan-nara haqqun wa annas sa'ata a'tiyatun la rayba fiha wa annallaha yab'athu man fil qubur. If a part of the body is outside, and is later submerged with the niyyat of Ghusl, it will be deemed in order. Issue 599: It is also Mustahab that 2 pieces of fresh and green twigs are placed in the grave with the dead body. And if one has offered prayers with that Wudhu, one should repeat that prayers with a valid Wudhu. Otherwise, the permission must be sought. Issue 263: If wetness disappears in the palm, it cannot be made wet with fresh water. For instance, Kashani believes that the impurity of Kuffar is spiritual and internal, so there is no need to wash after touching them. But it is better to give Ghusl from under the dress. And in case she has done Ghusl for medium Istihaza it would not suffice, and she should do Ghusl again for excessive Istihaza. However, if he is praying in a congregation, then there is no harm in his being distant from the dead body in the rows which are connected to each other. Issue 579:* The Wajib quantity of Kafan mentioned in the above rule should be financed from the estate of the deceased, and a reasonable quantity to cover the Mustahab may also be charged to the estate, if the status of the deceased demands. And if a person is under Taqayya (hiding one's faith), he can perform wiping on his socks and shoes. Issue 553: * A minor or an insane person does not qualify for guardianship in matters related to the dead person; similarly, an absent person who can neither attend to the duties himself, nor appoint someone to do them, has no authority as a guardian. Issue 193: * A najis mat will be made Clean (tahir/pak) by the sun, but if it is woven with threads, then the threads becoming Clean (tahir/pak) is a matter of Ishkal. Camphor must be powdered and fresh, and if it is so stale that it has lost its fragrance, then it will not suffice. When water is required for other people attached to him, he would keep Clean (tahir/pak) water for Wudhu and Ghusl and let them quench their thirst with najis water, regardless of whether they know about the najasat or not, or whether they care about it or not. Issue 237: There is no harm in using a utensil which is made of alloy mixed with gold and silver, if the proportion of alloy is such that the utensil cannot be said to be made of gold or silver. â¢ When opening the grave does not amount to disrespect of the dead person, and it transpires that he was buried without Ghusl or Kafan, or the Ghusl was void, or he was not given Kafan according to religious rules, or was not laid in the grave facing the Qibla. Issue 341: * If the jabira has covered unusually more space than the size of the wound, and it is difficult to remove it, then one should perform tayammum, except when the jabira is at the places of tayammum itself, in which case, it is necessary that he shou ld perform both Wudhu and tayammum. Mixed water (Ma 'ul muzaf) means the water which is obtained from something like melon juice, or rose water, or that water in which something else is mixed, (for example, so much dust is mixed in it that it may no longe r be called water). â¢ The third condition is that the water should be Mubah (permissible for use). then to do tayammum with dust particles will not be correct. Thereafter one should first wash one's head and neck, and thereafter the remaining parts of one's body.