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    • http://www.wabil.com/browse_categories.php?limit=30&cid=128&page=9 Look for Question ID 1821 on this page.  Both Sayyid Sistani and the late Sayyid Fadlallah((رضي الله عنه)) both say that permission in this case in Ihtiyat Wujubiyyat, meaning they have not reached the level of certainty where they can say it's absolutely wajib in all cases, so you can follow another marjaa for this issue. In the real world, it's very much preferable to get the permission of the father, and not doing so may put the girl in an extremely bad situation vis a via her father and her family. So brothers and sisters need to use their better judgement and consider all the factors and possibilities in regards to this. A fatwa alone without using common sense and judgement will not help you most of the time.  At the same time, there are many cases, and especially nowdays where there are many fathers who act as a jailer for their daughters without having the slightest consideration as to her feelings, thoughts, and plans for the future. So if the father is acting in this way, it is very possible that following the fatwa of Sayyid Rohani would be acceptable. There are too many factors involved for a marjaa to be able to give a fatwa for all situations. The marjaa depends on the brothers and sisters to use their aql along with the fatawa to arrive at the correct course of action. 
    • I would add that Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayad of UAE also trained at Sandhurst. So did Muhammad bin Rashid of Dubai and his son if I am not mistaken.  I think this is a British way of keeping strong influence and for commercial benefits with thr Gulf Nations.  
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      Salam alikum Hope everyone is doing fine, looking for some sisters around South London to meet up and hang with. Just wondering if anyone on this site is from South London.   Take care Salam alikum
    • Collecting the tribute 21st century style https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jun/25/prince-charles-is-said-to-have-been-given-3m-in-qatari-cash   Different time, different people, same vibe. You can see this relief if you visit Persepolis. Bearers bringing tributes for the Archaemenid rulers of the Persian empire. Who knows? Perhaps one of them is the great grand-daddy of the current Qatari rulers?
    • Salam @Revert1963 Akhbaris exist now which you can find their trace it in Pakistan more than any place which majority of them are Urdu speakers.
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