Halacha Tag: ketamim

Attributing a Ketem to Other Sources

Ketamim only make a woman niddah if they definitely came from uterine blood. If there is a reasonable assumption that the stain came from somewhere else, the woman is not niddah. For example, if a woman was cooking and working with red liquids, as long as it is reasonable to assume the ketemmay have come […]

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Colored Clothing

Ketamim only make a woman niddah if she found the ketem on skin or white clothing. If she found a ketem on colored clothing, she is not niddah. Light colors are considered colored and a ketem found on a light colored garment will not make a woman niddah. If a ketem is found on a […]

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Introduction To Ketamim – Stains

According to Torah law, a woman only becomes niddah if she sees blood through a normal uterine discharge, in the way of a regular period. However, the Sages decreed that if a woman finds blood on her skin or clothing the woman is niddah. It is important to note that blood found on a bedikah […]

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