# Abdur Rahman ibn Yusuf Mangera – Q&A Salat and Discharge on Underwear

The customer is asking about the diameter of their underwear and whether it is possible to remove it. The agent explains that if the diameter is greater than the width of their palm, it would be considered valid, but if it is less than that, it would be considered impure. The agent also explains that if the diameter is greater than the width of their palm, it would be considered a dyrham, but it is allowed to be removed.
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If discharged drops on your underwears bones and pray with the

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same underwear, or is it impure.

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If it depends on what size it is, if it's if it's to the amount of

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centimeters

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is about four to five centimeters diameter, then and you there's no

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way you, you know, you're out somewhere and you can't change it

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or whatever the case is, then, if it's less than that four or five

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centimeters, the concave of your palm this much, right? Then a

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solid would be valid. If you can remove it and you didn't remove

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it, it would be mcru, but your Salah to still be valid. If it

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goes more than this amount that's about to be invalid, because

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they've allowed for impurity on the body, they've allowed this

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limit of what they call a dyrham. That's what they call it. But

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generally, it's if you take some water and you place it, place your

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hand like this on on, whichever under a tap, and most of the water

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is going to fall off but the amount that remains in the concave

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