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A short ranty post today, for those who have any 'gheerah' (I'm not gonna translate, go look it up) left in them for their religion. If you care about your faith, go email your mufti today and ask him why people are not held accountable, as their are in material matters, for their moral and spiritual sinning. Why do we have people walking freely in the streets who go hajj every year, go walking (or sky diving, I heard it's the new craze) to Imam Hussein's (as) shrine on Arba'een, prays 5 times a day on time in the masjid and jama'a, is extra carefull with his wudhu, yet goes to work and back-bites, slanders, gives bribes (a favourite in Iraq) and cheats people off their money? According to the Risalah of his marja' (nay, mufti), he has not committed any sin. Ten days of chest-beating will absolve him of any punishment. Cutting his head open with a machete will wash away all past (ie last year's) 'blindeness'. Why are we not held accountable for our moral sins? Aren't we spiritual beings before we are material beings? Why does the risalah of the muftis read like any other material book of jurisprudence? Answer is simple. Because it's the Akhbari muftis who made sure fundamental subjects like akhlaq and irfan and Quran are not taught at the seminary as MAIN subjects for the scholars to derive social laws based on man's spiritual reality. Good luck.
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