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Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
100Level, Nigeria.

What is the ruling of using sewage
water, after treating it and thoroughly
purifying it from all kinds of impurities,
in customs and acts of worship, in
drinking it and in food, in performing
ablution and Ghusl (ritual bath) and for
all other purifications? It should be
noted that this water, as mentioned by
government reports, is purer than used
water from wells which is almost all

All perfect praise be to Allah, The Lord
of the Worlds. I testify that there is
none worthy of worship except Allah,
and that Muhammad is His slave
and Messenger.
If it is possible to treat and purify this
water from impurities, in regard to its
taste, colour and smell, then there is no
harm in using it for the purpose of
purification. There is no harm also to
use it in eating and drinking if it is
confirmed that it does not cause any
harm. The scholars ruled that a
big quantity of water which is changed
by an impurity is possible to be purified
if the change disappears by itself, or by
adding pure water to it, or removing its
change by being stable in one place for
a very long time, and the like. If the
reason of the change disappeared, the
water becomes pure, and the ruling will
no longer apply if the reason for it has

Allah Knows best.


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