۱۴ مرداد ۱۳۹۹ | Aug 4, 2020
islamic law

Hawzah News Agency – If someone touches – i.e. makes part of his body come into contact with – the body of a dead person after it has become cold but before it has been given ghusl, he must perform the ghusl for touching a corpse, irrespective of whether he touches it while he is asleep or awake, voluntarily or involuntarily. Even if one’s nail or bone touches a nail or bone of the corpse, he must perform this ghusl. However, if one touches a dead animal, then performing ghusl is not obligatory on him.

Performing this ghusl is not obligatory for touching a deceased person whose entire body has not yet become cold, even if one touches a part that has become cold.

If a person makes his hair touch a corpse, or if he makes his body touch the hair of a corpse, or if he makes his hair touch the hair of a corpse, then performing this ghusl is not obligatory on him.

Source: https://www.sistani.org/english/book/48/

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