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Thursday, October 19, 2017
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»   Sometimes, some of female professors present in classrooms with exciter clothes and student have to look at them in order to understand the lesson. What is their duty?
Replier: Makarem Shirazi، Ayatollah Naser

»   Is it permissible to dissociate with relatives who do not pay attention to religious rulings (for example don’t pay Khums and Zakat) or those who perform acts against religion and ordering to Ma’roof and prohibiting f r o m Munkar has no effect on them?
Replier: Makarem Shirazi، Ayatollah Naser

»   What is the rule of enjoining and forbidding with respect to women with inadequate ḥijāb? What is the rule when one fears that oral forbidding may cause unlawful sexual feelings?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   The sound of music cassettes of uncertain permissibility is heard from some houses and is at times with such high volume that it is troublesome for the believers. What is one’s duty in this regard?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   I work in a hospital in the sacred profession of nursing. Occasionally, during my work I encounter some patients who listen to cassettes of unlawful and degenerate music. I advise them twice to stop it. And if it does not work, I take the cassette out of the player, erase its content, and then return it to its owner. Please explain if such conduct is permissible?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Some bus drivers play singing and music cassettes of ḥarām kinds, without paying any attention to advice and exhortations to turn off their cassette players. Please explain the rules to be followed in such situations and for dealing with such persons. Is it permissible to be rough with them?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   With regard to enjoining the good and forbidding evil, should individuals confine themselves to the oral level of enjoining and forbidding? Limiting the obligation to oral reminding contradicts with what is stated in the books on Practical Laws of Islam, particularly the Taḥrīr al-Wasīlah. And if they are allowed, when necessary, to advance to the other grades, will it be permissible for them, at times of necessity, to carry out all the graded levels mentioned in the book of Taḥrīr al-Wasīlah?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   If those assigned by the government to prevent corruption do not accomplish their duty well, is it permissible for people to take charge of this duty themselves?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   At times forbidding a sinner creates negative feelings against Islam due to his ignorance of Islamic duties and rules. On the other hand, if we leave him alone, it will prepare the ground for others to corrupt the environment and commit sins. What is the duty in such a situation?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   If one comes across evidence of sinful conduct, impropriety and insincerity of a person holding a powerful position so that one fears his power and influence, is it permissible to neglect enjoining the good and forbidding evil in relation to him? Or is it obligatory for one to call him to the good and forbid him from evil even when one is afraid of his harm?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it permissible to neglect enjoining the good and forbidding evil for fear of losing one’s job, e.g. the head of an educational institution, who deals with the university youth, commits actions against the sharī‘ah or paves the way for commission of sins in that place while we fear of losing our job if we forbid him from evil?
Replier: Hussaini Sistani، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   If one of our relatives carelessly commits sins, what is our duty with respect to keeping relations with him?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it obligatory for someone who wants to enjoin another person to the good or forbid him from evil to have the power to carry it out? When is it obligatory to enjoin someone to the good and forbid him from evil?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   If forbidding evil with respect to very important matters, such as protecting the life of a ‘respected person’ [i.e., to exclude the life of a murderer and the like], cannot be performed except through violence, such as hitting which may cause injury or occasionally even killing of the assailant, will the permission of the authorized religious authority be required?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali

»   Is it permissible to forbid evil without the permission of the ruler when stopping someone from perpetrating evil depends on hitting him, imprisoning him, putting him to hardship, or on entering in / using his properties even if it leads to their destruction?
Replier: Hussaini Khamenei، Ayatollah Sayyed Ali
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