Sunday, October 24, 2021 AD / Rabi' al-awwal 17, 1443 AH
Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani
(70) The meaning of imitation is acting upon someone else’s saying or deed without reason, and therefore acting upon someone else’s saying or deed with reason is not considered imitation, but it is considered following the reason. Therefore, it is permissible to act upon the religious order of scholars in the case that they provide convincing reasons for it from the Book of God or Mutawatir Sunnah of the Prophet or the common sense, rather it is probably considered obligatory to do so; since acting upon it in that case, is acting upon the Book of God or Mutawatir Sunnah of the Prophet or the common sense. (Question and Answer 43)
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Criticisms & investigations about Furu’ (ancillaries of the religion)

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3 29
Laws; Furu’ (ancillaries of the religion)
David 17/11/2015
2 23
Laws; Furu’ (ancillaries of the religion)
Behnam 03/06/2015
1 10
Laws; Furu’ (ancillaries of the religion)
Mojtaba Salehi 22/01/2015
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