11 February 2019 - 09:54
News ID: 443430
Ayatollah Javadi Amoli:
Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, pointing to the broad concepts introduced by Fadakkia sermon of Lady Fatima al-Zahra (AS), stressed those who have secret ties with foreign countries are hypocrite.

RNA - Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, the prominent Quran interpreter, in his weekly class of ethics held in the praying hall of Asra institute, stating that Fadakkia sermon (or Sermon of Fadak which is Lady Fatima's speech in Prophet Muhammad mosque after his demise) should be added to the academic and seminary curricula, said, “The best interpretations of this sermon should be selected and the scholars and just scientific elites should be entitled to comment on it.”

Pointing to different parts of the aforesaid sermon, he said, “This brilliant sermon is a highly invaluable religious source in Islam. In the opening of the sermon, a doubt on the creation of the world, raised in that era, is resolved by Lady Zahra (AS) as; “the world is originally created through the wisdom of God following no preceding example””.

Ayatollah Javadi Amoli pointed out, “Lady Fatima al-Zahra opens the sermon saying “I am Fatima” to enlighten the people that she is the same “Fatima” about whom the prophet (AS) said, “Fatima is a part of me, and annoying her is annoying me.”” 

Finally, saying those who continue to have secret ties with foreign countries are hypocrite, he stated, “In another part of Fadakkia, Lady Zahra (AS) condemns those who maintain their relations with foreign countries in order to resort to them in case Islam is abandoned and ruined.”

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