Sunday, October 24, 2021 AD / Rabi' al-awwal 17, 1443 AH
Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani
(71) Following one’s fatwa without knowing his reason is considered blindly imitation, which is not permissible and with this description, acting upon treaties, which are collections of fatwas of Shia jurists without mentioning their reasons, is not sufficient and there is no choice for the obliged person, in order to be saved from the punishment, except to make the effort and by inference from Quran and Sunnah in the light of common sense or impeachment of just and independent jurists, knows the reason for each fatwa, so that if it is certain acts upon it, and if it is not certain, on the one hand tries to access the Caliph of God, and on the other hand turns to primary and practical principles. (Question and answer 84)
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Introductions; Knowledge; Impediments to gaining knowledge; Superstitions
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Introductions; Proof; The Caliph of God; Narrations from the Caliphs of God (Wahid (solitary) and Mutawatir (recurrent))
Mohammad Javad 02/09/2015
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Introductions; Proof; The Caliph of God; Narrations from the Caliphs of God (Wahid (solitary) and Mutawatir (recurrent))
Mohammad Taqavi 15/05/2015
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