A traveler who cannot afford
his food and accommodations while in travel ad is left helpless.
Claiming. Seeking justice.
An act, which can be undertaken
unilaterally and it is not subject to the other side’s approval, like divorce
which is not subject to approval of wife from Shariah point of view.
Opening. State of a woman
that her urinary and menstrual tract or her menstrual passage and rectum,
or all three of them have become one.
Performing a tradition,
which is valid from Shariah point of view.
Achieving. Getting. Proving
and getting to know.
Precaution. Prudence. Points
that their observance makes one sure about perfection of an issue.
Changes in land through
cultivation or building constructions and the like so that a useless land
is put to use.
Reciting slowly (in low
Ikhtelat ba Ajaneb:
and treatment with aliens (Ajaneb).
leader who is followed by others.
Immersing in water:
To earn one’s livelihood.
location. Changing the position of a Najis thing in a way that it is no
longer the original substance, like transfer of human blood to a mosquito.
Obtaining the rights
Discharge of semen.
Irtefae Ghimate Soghi:
of market price for goods and properties.
Immersing in water (for performing
Ghusl). To put in water (for the purpose of performing Wudhu).
The estate of a deceased person,
which is left for the heirs.
Ishkal, a matter of:
If an action is
done and it does not remove the obligation and it cannot be considered
as sufficient, then it is a matter of Ishkal (problematique).
Asking about something. Seeking
Requesting for interests
and seeking profits.
Trying to remove Nejasat and
dirt. This is used in three cases:
1. Istibra from excrement;
from semen, which means urinating after the discharge of semen, so that
no part of it remains in the urinary tract;
3. Istibra of an animal which
is used to eat Nejasat and confining it so that it can not eat human Nejasat
and return to its natural habit.
Requesting for Fatwa
(ruling). Asking and obtaining the advice or opinion of a Mujatahid about
religious (Shariah) rulings of an issue.
Transformation. If the nature
of a Najis thing is changed in a way that it turns to Pak, Istihaha has
occurred. Such as a Najis piece of wood which is burnt and turned to ash
or a dog which is drown into a salt lake and turned to salt. These are
part of Mutaharat, compared to cases which the nature of a thing is not
changed, like making flour out of Najis wheat.
A general title for types
of bloods, which are seen by women. If it is much, it is called Istihaza
Khatira; and if it is little, it is called Istihaza Qalila; and if it is
in a medium level, it is called Istihaza Mutawassita.
Domination. Superiority. Victory.
Masturbation. Manipulate one’s
own genitals for discharge of semen.
Affording. The ability to
perform Hajj rituals from the physical, financial and transportation points