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Due to considerable differing amongst the scholars, there are about thirty different opinions concerning his name and the name of his father. And the wording is his.

He thought it to be specific, so he asked about it. This xeplanation even more important when some need for that ruling becomes apparent as was in this case, for the one who hesitates concerning the pure nature of sea water is even more likely to hesitate concerning the permissibility of its maytah as there is a prohibition against maytah.


What is meant by maytah of the sea is that which dies in it from its animals. Animals which are unable to live except in the sea, and not everything that dies in it even though it would be true linguistically to call it maytah of the sea, it is known that only what we have mentioned is intended. However, from the apparent meaning it would seem that whatever dies in it is permissible, even if it were a dog or a pig.

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