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  1. Yes, in fact he does. Check here his fatwas about Taqlid: http://english.bayynat.org.lb/Fatawa/ijtihad.htm 5. Suppose there were many jurists around. Is it permissible to emulate any of them, or does it have to be the most learned among them?A. It is not obligatory to emulate the most knowledgeable. It suffices to follow any one of them, provided that he is a practicing mujtahid as has been discussed. So he could not emulate Sayyed Fadlallah if a'lamiyya were a condition for him, regardless what Ayatollah Jannaati says (assuming he changes his Taqlid to Ayatollah Jannaati first)? I'm still trying to understand the rules about Taqlid.
  2. Salam. According to Ayatollah Jannaati the Mujtahid doesn't have to be the most knowledgeable, and he also allows to begin Taqlid of a deceased Marja. So he is technically allowed to emulate Sayyed Fadlallah if he initially does Taqlid of Jannaati?
  3. Halloween

    I highly doubt that people who "celebrate" Halloween do so to promote satanism. It's just a date where people choose to wear a costume and have fun.
  4. Islam and Delicious food

    You could eat simple food yourself while feeding others with delicious food. You can refrain from delicious food but you can't force others to do so. I don't see how could you make profit from owning a restaurant and serving only bread with vinegar. Just don't sell anything haram, like haram meat or alcohol, and don't play haram music. And delicious food make people happy. Making people happy it's not a sin, it's Mustahab Just my opinion.
  5. Thank you @Hameedeh! Someone already translated it for me
  6. Assalamu Alaykum I would like to ask a favor. Does anyone read arabic well? I have a fatwa written in arabic, but I can´t speak arabic. I would appreciate it a lot if someone can help me, please.
  7. Marja

    Salam. Who are Ahlul Khibra? Where can I find a list of current scholars who are qualified to be Marja? Thank you
  8. How can I offer Ring Manat?

    Thank you
  9. How can I offer Ring Manat?

    Thank you What does tul-e-aftaab and ghuroob-e-aftaab means? Have you tried it? Did it work for you?
  10. How can I offer Ring Manat?

    Salam sister. Please suggest a "grand of all manats"
  11. @Luann2725 Dua means supplication. No doubt Allah answers duas. Haven't you experienced that? [2:186] And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me - indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of the supplicant when he calls upon Me. So let them respond to Me [by obedience] and believe in Me that they may be [rightly] guided.
  12. @AfricanShia I don't doubt His power, I know the only one who can help me is He, but there are many hadiths that say sometimes Allah doesn't answer our duas the way we want (He will answer but it doesn't mean He will grant us what we ask for). I'm not giving up, I just want to be prepared for what might happen. Sometimes I lose my hope because I know what I'm asking for is very improbable to happen, and not because I doubt Allah's power, but because my dua involves other people too. Everything that surrounds me (my family and other people who know about the issue) tells me that I should not get my hopes up and to stop thinking about it. I'm still asking Allah to help me, but I wish I could know when to move on, because life continues while I'm still waiting for an answer. Is it wise to keep asking Allah when everything tells me I should move on? I think I'm not prepared for that, that's why I remain hopeful.
  13. Hmm well that's not always true. That's why I'm asking when should I accept the fact that Allah won't answer my dua. But again, thank you for reading and responding to my post!
  14. Hmm ok I understand. No it's not a desire associated with dunya, and it's not a haram request.
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