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5 hours ago, Mansur Bakhtiari said:

^Ask your family. That is how I found out.

They do not know either.

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Imam Musa al-Khadim AS brief sayings:

1. Always say the right thing although it may lead to your loss.

2. Whenever you get a pious leader and ruler (then) thank God for this boon.

3. Be tough and strict with the cruel so that you may take the right of the oppressed from him.

4. The best of generosity is the help to the oppressed.

5. The world is soft and beautiful like a snake but there is a (disastrous) killer poison hidden inside it.


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 أبي ره قال حدثني محمد بن يحيى العطار عن العمركي الخراساني عن علي بن جعفر عن أخيه موسى بن جعفر ع قال قال علي ع من صلى صلاة الفجر ثم قرأ قل هو الله أحد إحدى عشرة مرة لم يتبعه في ذلك اليوم ذنب و إن رغم أنف الشيطان
`Alee bin Ja`far from his brother Moosa bin Ja`far (عليه السلام) He said that `Alee (عليه السلام) said: “Whoever prays Salaah Al-Fajr then recites ‘Qul Huwa Allaahu aHad’ (Surah Al-Ikhlaas) eleven times, he will not pursue in sin that day, even if shayTaan despises it.”
1.     Al-Sadooq, Thawaab Al-`Amaal wa `Iqaab Al-`Amaal, pg. 45
2.     `Alee bin Ja`far, Masaa’il, pg. 309, hadeeth # 779
Grading: SaHeeH

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