أبواب النجاسات والاواني والجلود

Chapters on the najasat, vessels, and hides

Chapter 1 - Najasa of urine, and the obligatoriness of washing it twice – from other than breastfed infant – from the garment and the body

Chapter 2 - Tahara of the garment when it is washed from urine in the markan twice, and in running water one time suffices

Chapter 3 - Tahara of the garment from the urine of the breastfed infant by the pouring of water on it one time

Chapter 4 - Not obligatory upon the nursemaid for the child to wash her garment from his urine except for one time every day if she does not have other than it (that one garment

Chapter 5 - Method of washing the bed and its like from what has filling in it when urine comes in contact with it

Chapter 6 - When najasa comes in contact with some of the limb then one sweats it is does not all become najis with the absence of the running of the sweat

Chapter 7 - When a place from the garment becomes najis its washing is obligatory specifically (i.e. just that place), and when it is doubtful (i.e. as to where specifically the najis area is) washing all of the area that has doubt about it is obligatory, and it is recommended to wash the entire garment

Chapter 8 - Najasa of urine and feces from the human being and every (animal) whose meat is not eaten when it has coursing blood (lit. self)

Chapter 9 - Tahara of the urine and dung of every (animal) whose meat is eaten, and the desirability of removing that from that whose meat is disliked specifically, and it is emphasized with regards to urine

Chapter 10 - Ruling of chicken droppings, bat urine and every bird

Chapter 12 - Najasa of the dog, even if it is a saluki

Chapter 13 - Najasa of the pig

Chapter 14 - Najasa of the kafir, even if he is a dhimmi, and even if he is a nasibi

Chapter 37 -  Everything is tahir until the arrival of najasa upon it is known, and that one who doubts regarding whether urine or water for instance has come in contact with it, or doubts regarding the precedence of the arrival of najasa upon utilization or its delaying from it (?), it rests upon tahara in both of them

Chapter 38 - Najasa of khamr (wine), nabidh (a beverage by putting dates/raisins in a water skin or vessel, which if left long becomes an intoxicant), fuqqa` (a beverage made of barley, a sort of beer) and every intoxicant (muskir)

Chapter 48 - Tahara of vomit

Chapter 53 - To wash a jug or vessel that has become impurified on the inside, and one in which a rat has died

Chapter 54 - Eating in the company of the dhimmi

Chapter 62 - If a piece is cut off of a living person or animal, that piece is a mayta (carcass, dead animal)

Chapter 72 - Vessels of unbelievers

Chapter 82 - Najasa of the blood of every animal that has a coursing self (i.e. coursing blood)

Chapter 83 - Iron