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TryHard

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  1. No it depends on the scholars. I follow sayed Khamenei so I know. The precaution here can be recommended. Recommended to wring them etc.. It does need to float under water for water to touch them. Jesus (عليه السلام).. Second. You still have OCD and you didn't need to admit it to me I already know you had it and can confirm you still have it.
  2. Kurr water does touch them if they float you are acting as if they are floating on air not water? The fact you have talked to a shaykh about OCD I think means you know you have it. The problem is some shaykhs have it too. The one you talked to may also have it. The clothes that are effected by buoyancy in kurr are still pure as they are still being washed.
  3. Sometimes when sayed Khamenei says "Caution" it can mean recommended not obligatory I know this cuz I have seen it happen before. Imam Khomeini (رضي الله عنه) says obligatory where as imam Khamenei (ha) seems to say only a recommended caution.
  4. They unfortunately don't let you edit comments anymore but this is a good article on using washing machines by someone at sayed fadhlullahs (رضي الله عنه) office http://arabic.bayynat.org/ArticlePage.aspx?id=22388
  5. You clearly have Waswas and OCD and I have studied these rulings with hawza students and asked their teacher s about them and I know between me and Allah they would tell you that you have Waswas and OCD. A person can have reasonable certainty that something is purified from the washing machine and go with that. This is called behaving and acting like a normal person something I feel you struggle to do. If a person uses a washing machine connected to tap and the clothes are najis that will purify his clothes end of story. Especially if he uses two washing cycles. Buoyancy is completely stupid as the clothes get wet regardless of buoyancy.
  6. Caution could mean recommended not obligatory and he has other fatwa that say as long as one is sure water has reached the najis area it is sufficient.
  7. It doesn't say a washing machine in any of these. So where the heck did you get a washing machine as a utensil that must be purified 3 times?
  8. Nor the rulings in regards to waswas If a person does not have ocd and acts normally they can assume it is pure and its fine cuz they will have the certainty a normal person has that the kurr water overcame the qalil then the clothes become pure. The buoyancy could apply to the very najis clothes themselves. But anyways this buoyancy argument clearly shows you have OCD as no normal person would suggest this. Even if let's say that's true. That would mean only a few clothes that are floating would be partly najis not all clothes as you previously suggested. And assuming clothes are najis when they may not be is wrong and waswas. Even if the clothes are buoyant water still reaches them to assume it doesn't is ridiculous.
  9. You can assume with reasonable certainty as a normal person would that the water did remove the najasat. As long as a person is reasonably certain. It depends on the washing machine. It may be. Now you are applying rulings of utensils (bowls and pots) to washing machines lol... this is called qiyas. And OCD. I say you have OCD cuz you have it. I can tell and probably so can others. If you see the najis water touch other parts that is different. But you have to be sure. If you are sure for yourself you can't apply the same rulings to others. Their washing machine might be different from yours. As for the last rinse cycle it is from kurr. So it's kurr. I'm talking about when it fills with water a second time. Some scholars also might consider this ma' Jaree (spring water) and if it's spring water then it doesn't need to connect actually. And I advise you read the chapters on waswas. For an a waswasi person like you an assumptions has no value for a normal person they can assume and act as a normal person. This is a ruling found in the books of scholars. So yes you can assume it has become pure as long as you have reasonable certainty. Having OCD and constantly worrying about purity like you are is wrong. As for washing machines it might depend on the washing machine but if the najasat is gone by the time the clothes are out the clothes in many cases with many washing machines they can be considered pure.
  10. Who said it's not permissible to make assumptions? What your doing and saying is clearly waswas. You can make assumptions as long as a reasonable person would be certain with such assumptions. Checking too much and constantly trying to "be sure" as you are doing is called waswas (obsessive doubts) and this is condemned by our hadiths and scholars.
  11. I suggest you read the chapters on waswas they may be applicable to you here. If the najasat is removed when the washing is gone when the washing is done that means the water was able to make it pure and the clothing are pure. The rinse cycle has kurr water. Even if the color or smell of water is changed there is still more water coming into it doesn't matter. The rest of the water remains pure and can purify the area. it's possible the washing machine is constantly connected to the kurr. Anyways it Doesn't matter cuz rinse cycle takes care of it. This entire statement is waswas (OCD). As everything is pure until you know its not pure. So those areas you mention would actually be pure unless you know the najis water touched these other areas for sure and you don't really know that you are simply assuming. As I said before though. Last Rinse cycle fills with more kurr and takes care of it (extra najis spots). Same with the najis clothes.
  12. Yes it does if it was washed In Kurr. The ayn Najasat is removed once the detergent washing is done. By the time rinse cycle comes in with more kurr then it's all good. If you see the najasat after the washing is done however that will be a problem unless it's simply the color without the najasat.
  13. interesting is that a Shia tafsir? Well either way the it is the last time they are referenced for a while in this surah. also the verse before clearly is including men.
  14. fair enough those two words seem to be referring to females though I can't confirm that it is the wives specifically as I have not found Shia tafsir on it. It could be referring to women in general to remember the word of Allah and the prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) but allahu a3lam. That is why I said it does not mention the wives specifically. In any case the verses after do not mention the wives nor are they referring to them specifically until many verses later. The verse before is ayat tattheer and it is clearly referring to males and females with yathihaba ankum ya ahlulbayt wa yutahirukum tatthirat specifically the ahlulbayt (عليه السلام) Fatima (عليه السلام) with the holy prophet (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) and Imam Ali (عليه السلام) as well as Imam hassan (عليه السلام) and Imam hussayn (عليه السلام)
  15. No the verse after it does not mention wives specifically. Even if you want to argue it is still addressing them, the topic is completely different from staying home and is about remembering the Quran and Hikma (wisdom). وَٱذْكُرْنَ مَا يُتْلَىٰ فِى بُيُوتِكُنَّ مِنْ ءَايَـٰتِ ٱللَّهِ وَٱلْحِكْمَةِ ۚ إِنَّ ٱللَّهَ كَانَ لَطِيفًا خَبِيرًا And keep to mind what is recited in your houses of the communications of Allah and the wisdom; surely Allah is Knower of subtleties, Aware. (shakir) [Surah 33 verse 34] The wives are not addressed for another 20 verses afterword's even then they are not directly addressed.
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