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Old 07-07-2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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Baby Vomit, Spit Up, Breast Milk Tahara/pure?

Salaam Alaikum

I'm wondering what the ruling on Baby Vomit, Spit Up and mother's breast milk is? Whether it is Tahara or Najasa.

Taking into consideration the baby's only supply of food is breast milk (no solids and no formula).

I know that if you get najasa on you it doesn't break you wudu and only need to remove the najasa so my question is if the baby vomit or spit gets on your clothes do you need to wash or sprinkle water etc.?

jazakallah khair

salaam alaikum
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Old 07-09-2010, 01:42 AM   #2
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Re: Baby Vomit, Spit Up, Breast Milk Tahara/pure?

found the answer on islamqa. don't have to wash your clothes
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