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Najis things » 9. Wine

Ruling 108. Wine is impure. Apart from wine, other things that intoxicate a human being are not impure.

Ruling 109. Alcohol, whether it is industrial or medicinal, in all its types is pure.

Ruling 110. If grape juice bubbles by itself [through fermentation] or by cooking, it is pure; however, it is unlawful to drink. Similarly, based on obligatory precaution, boiled grapes are unlawful to consume but they are not impure.

Ruling 111. Dates, currants, raisins, and their juice, even if they bubble, are pure and it is lawful to consume them.

Ruling 112. Beer (fuqqāʿ), which is mainly made from barley and causes a low level of intoxication, is unlawful; and based on obligatory precaution it is impure. However, barley water that does not cause any intoxication whatsoever is pure and lawful.

10.
Sweat of an excrement-eating animal

Ruling 113. The sweat of a camel that habitually eats human impurity is impure, as is the sweat of other animals that do the same, based on obligatory precaution.

Ruling 114. The sweat of a person who becomes junub28 by unlawful means is pure, and prayers performed with that sweat are valid.
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