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Could someone kindly translate this into English please. It might be easy to the eye on the actual link.

http://www.sistani.org/persian/in-news/1295/

حکم ولی فقیه در امور عامه برای مجتهدین جامعه نیز نافذ است

۱۳۸۳/۹/۷

منبع: خبرگزاری فارس

خبرگزاری فارس: آیت الله سیستانی حکم ولی فقیه را در امور عامه که نظام جامعه و معاش مردم بر آن مبتنی است، بر همه حتی مجتهدین جامعه، نافذ دانست. 
به گزارش خبرگزاری فارس، آیت‌الله علی سیستانی در پاسخ به استفتاء جمعی از مقلدانشان که پرسیده بودند: اگر حکم مرجع تقلیدی با حکم ولی فقیه فرق داشت، هم در مورد حکومتی و هم غیر حکومتی، مقلد باید از کدام اطاعت کند، مرقوم کرد:«حکم کسی که ولایت شرعی دارد، در امور عامّه که نظام جامعه و معاش مردم بر آن مبتنی است بر همه نافذ است، حتی بر مجتهدین دیگر.» 
آیت‌الله سیستانی در پاسخ به سوال دیگری پیرامون نظر ایشان درباره ولایت فقیه نیز نوشت: «حکم فقیه عادل مقبول، نزد عامه مؤمنین نافذ است، در مواردی که قوام جامعه بر آن مبتنی است.» 
این مرجع تقلید شیعه که در عراق سکونت دارد، با تاکید بر لازم الاجرا بودن نظر ولی فقیه درباره مواردی که مربوط به «نظام جامعه» است، افزود: «حکم حاکم شرعی عادل که مورد قبول عامه مؤمنین است، در مواردی که نظام جامعه بر آن متوقف است، نافذ است.» 
آیت‌الله سیستانی همچنین در پاسخ به سوال دیگری درباره حدود اختیارات ولایت فقیه تاکید کرد: «در اموری که مربوط به حفظ نظام است، فقیه مقبول، نزد عامه مؤمنین ولایت دارد.»

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On 10/26/2016 at 2:01 PM, haideriam said:

many thanks bro and once done will give you a gift in return.

If you wish, I will translate it. But do you give me the gift instead?!

On 10/26/2016 at 2:30 AM, haideriam said:

۱۳۸۳/۹/۷

In the Gregorian calendar it will be: 27-Nov-2004 (nearly 12 years ago).

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Wali Faqih’s verdict in general affairs applies to mojtahids (maraja) of the society as well.

11/27/2004

Source: Fars News Agency

Fars News Agency: Ayatullah Sistani deems the Wali Faqih’s verdict in general affairs on which social order and people’s lives is based,  dominant over all, even mojtahids (maraja) of the society.

According to Fars News Agency's report, Ayatullah Sistani in response to some of his followers who had asked the question: If a Marja Taqlid’s verdict differs from Wali faqih’s, both in governmental and non-governmental cases, which one should a Muqalid (follower) obey?, stated: “Verdict of a person who has religiously legal Welayat (guardianship) includes (applies to) all people, even other Mojtahids (Maraja).”

Ayatullah Sistani in a response to another question regarding his opinion on Welayat Faqih wrote: “Verdict of popular and just Faqih includes all mumenin (believers), in cases on which stabilization of the society is based.”

This Marja Taqlid who is based in Iraq, emphasizing the necessity of acting in accordance with Wali Faqih’s opinion in cases that are related to “order of society”, added:” Verdict of Wali Faqih who is accepted by Mumenin, in cases to which order of society is linked, is nafez (includes/ applies to all people).

Ayatullah Sistani also in response to another question regarding the extent of Wali Faqih’s power emphasized:” In affairs related to protection of establishment, accepted Faqih has welayat on Mumenin.”

 

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10 minutes ago, kamyar said:

Wali Faqih’s verdict in general affairs applies to mojtahids (maraja) of the society as well.

11/27/2004

Source: Fars News Agency

Fars News Agency: Ayatullah Sistani deems the Wali Faqih’s verdict in general affairs on which social order and people’s lives is based,  dominant over all, even mojtahids (maraja) of the society.

According to Fars News Agency's report, Ayatullah Sistani in response to some of his followers who had asked the question: If a Marja Taqlid’s verdict differs from Wali faqih’s, both in governmental and non-governmental cases, which one should a Muqalid (follower) obey?, stated: “Verdict of a person who has religiously legal Welayat (guardianship) includes (applies to) all people, even other Mojtahids (Maraja).”

Ayatullah Sistani in a response to another question regarding his opinion on Welayat Faqih wrote: “Verdict of popular and just Faqih includes all mumenin (believers), in cases on which stabilization of the society is based.”

This Marja Taqlid who is based in Iraq, emphasizing the necessity of acting in accordance with Wali Faqih’s opinion in cases that are related to “order of society”, added:” Verdict of Wali Faqih who is accepted by Mumenin, in cases to which order of society is linked, is nafez (includes/ applies to all people).

Ayatullah Sistani also in response to another question regarding the extent of Wali Faqih’s power emphasized:” In affairs related to protection of establishment, accepted Faqih has welayat on Mumenin.” 

Thank you for the English translation. Allah bless you. 

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It’s remarkable that despite the fact that this fatwa is for about 12 years ago, and despite the fact that permissibility, necessity and usefulness of Welayate Faqih are clear and needless of any fatwa, we are seeing some people, of course many of them unintentionally, attribute false ideas to Ayatullah Sistani regarding his opinion on Welayat Faqh such as “Ayatullah Sistani is against Welayate Faqih” or “Ayatullah Sistani is against the version of Welayate Faqih implemented in Iran" etc.

Another noteworthy point is that Ayatullah Sistani views the issue of Welayate Faqih as Taqlidi, meaning everyone who does taqlid from him should accept his opinion on this matter.

پرسش: آیا ولایت فقیه تحقیقی است یا تقلیدی ؟

پاسخ: تقلیدی است.

http://www.sistani.org/persian/qa/01083/#14697

21 hours ago, haideriam said:

@kamyar

Your gift was a two raka prayer to gift to any of your deceased relatives or to keep for yourself. 

Highly appreciated.

Thanks. I have heard we can do mustahabbat and share its thawab with as many people as we want without the thawab getting divided and decreasing.

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1 hour ago, kamyar said:

It’s remarkable that despite the fact that this fatwa is for about 12 years ago, and despite the fact that permissibility, necessity and usefulness of Welayate Faqih are clear and needless of any fatwa, we are seeing some people, of course many of them unintentionally, attribute false ideas to Ayatullah Sistani regarding his opinion on Welayat Faqh such as “Ayatullah Sistani is against Welayate Faqih” or “Ayatullah Sistani is against the version of Welayate Faqih implemented in Iran" etc.

Another noteworthy point is that Ayatullah Sistani views the issue of Welayate Faqih as Taqlidi, meaning everyone who does taqlid from him should accept his opinion on this matter.

پرسش: آیا ولایت فقیه تحقیقی است یا تقلیدی ؟

پاسخ: تقلیدی است.

http://www.sistani.org/persian/qa/01083/#14697

Thanks. I have heard we can do mustahabbat and share its thawab with as many people as we want without the thawab getting divided and decreasing.

Amazing, one is always learning. Thanks. 

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