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A person has touched some of his things while being junub from a haram act, does he have to wash his hands if he touches those things with a wet hand after he has performed ghusl if he ever wants to pray?
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A person has touched some of his supplies i.e. his phone and computer while being junub from a haram act, does he have to wash his hands if he touches those things with a wet hand after he has performed ghusl if he ever wants to pray?
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These are the answers we received from the offices of the maraje’ regarding your inquiry:

The office of the Grand Ayatullah Khameneni:

The sweat of a person who has become junub from a haram act isn't najis.

The office of the Grand Ayatullah Sistani:

The sweat of a person who has become junub from a haram act isn't najis.

The office of the Grand Ayatullah Makarem Shirazi

The sweat of a person who has become junub from a haram act isn't najis, the only thing is that one can't pray with clothing that is sweaty with that sweat.

The office of the Grand Ayatullah Safi Golpaygani:

The sweat of a person who has become junub from a haram act isn't najis, but as an obligatory precaution, one can't pray with clothing that is wet from it, and regarding your question, it isn't necessary to wash the hands.

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