116. FuqqÁ‘, which is prepared from barley, and is also known as beer, is najis. However barley water which is medically prepared, and is called MÁÞ al-Sha‘Ðr is ÔÁhir.
117. The perspiration of a person who enters the state of janÁbah by committing a forbidden act is ÔÁhir. However, based on obligatory precaution, prayers should not be offered with that sweat. Similarly, sexual intercourse with the wife while she is in ÎayÃ will entail the rulings of janÁbah through a forbidden act.
118. If a person has sexual intercourse with his wife during a time when it is forbidden, like in the month of Ramadan while fasting, his perspiration is ÔÁhir, but based on obligatory precaution he should not pray with that sweat.
119. If a person who enters janÁbah by a forbidden act performs tayammum instead of ghusl, and perspires after performing tayammum, based on obligatory precaution, his perspiration will be governed by the same rules which applied to his perspiration before the tayammum.
120. If a person enters janÁbah by a forbidden act, and then engages in lawful sexual intercourse, the obligatory precaution is that he should not offer prayers with his perspiration. However, if he first engages in lawful sexual intercourse, and then commits the forbidden act, his perspiration will not be treated as the perspiration of a person who has entered janÁbah by a forbidden act.
121. The perspiration of a camel which is habituated to consuming human feces is najis based on obligatory precaution, and the perspiration of every other animal which is habituated to consuming human feces is ÔÁhir, although prayers may not be offered with either of them.