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In the Name of God بسم الله

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Old news, Saanei and Jannati allow it also (it's clearly stated on their websites also). I'm pretty sure Fadlullah did but I'm forgetting.

More and more religious rulings are slowly becoming more modern/flexible, humans are evolving which influences religious interpretation.

It's just a matter of time. It would be funny if the husband does taqlid to his wife. ^_^

Salam Alaykom

Sayyed Fadlullah does not allow Taqleed with the dead Marji

it is also conditional that the mujtahid be among the living, if he was to be followed for the first time. This should not the case, if the follower were to adhere to the fatwa of the mujtahid, he followed during his life time, even after his death; this is also true, if the follower has sought the approval of a fully-fledged living mujtahid for remaining on his following of the dead mujtahid.

Source: http://english.bayynat.org.lb/Fatawa/ijtihad.htm#taq

Salam alaykom

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On 1/20/2012 at 5:09 AM, Haydar Husayn said:

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About this sermon:

The Sermon at a Glance

As it has been mentioned in the discussion concerning the transmission of this sermon (as seen below), Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) delivered this sermon after The Battle of the Camel (Al-Jamal) which took place in Baŝrah (Iraq) in the year 656 ce/35 ah and the subsequent defeat of the army of ‘A’ysha b. Abi Bakr.

In this sermon, he reproaches women, and of course the meaning of him ‘reproaching women’ are only those types of women who had launched (such calculated) attacks - those who were responsible for instigating The Battle of the Camel. Imam ‘Ali (a.s.) referred to such women as having a “deficiency” and it was because of this shortcoming that they engaged in such detrimental activities. Therefore, he reprimanded them and warned the believers to steer clear of their inductions.


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