Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  2025  -  Family issues
Salam, A Syed and a non Syed can be equal in piety, submission to the Will of Allah, wealth, health and everything else, except lineage. Does this mean Syeds and non Syeds are not equal as Syeds are from the lineage of the Prophet(SAW) and Ahlulbayt(AS)? And Allah blessed the Prophet(SAW) with descendants, so does this show that it is better to be a Syed if you have everything else the same as a non Syed? In terms of lineage, Syeds are a blessing and divine gift to the Prophet(SAW), Imam Ali(AS), Hazrat Fatima(SA) and non Syeds are not. Does this mean that Syeds and non Syeds are not equal; as in terms of lineage, Syeds are a blessing of/to the Prophet(SAW), Imam Ali(AS) and Hazrat Fatima(SA), whilst non Syeds are not?
 
Answer:-  To be a Sayyed is not only a blessing but also a responsibility to follow
the teachings of the Prophet (SAWA) and Ahlul Bayt (AS). Taqwa is the main
criteria in front of Allah (SWT) and non pious persons are bad even if they
were prophet's children like son of prophet Noah (AS) . We must always
focus on our faith and deeds and not on lineage because lineage will not
help those who are not pious.
Wassalam.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1988  -  Family issues
S/a Did Imam Ali really say: one of the conveniences in life is to have less children? What right does a woman have if she wants more than one child and husband thinks they cannot afford to? I await your reply With duas
 
Answer:-  She has the right to be pregnant from her husband and he has no right to
stop her from pregnancy.
The Prophet (SAWA) and all Ahlul Bayt (AS) always encouraged having more
children.
Wassalam
mohammad al-Musawi

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Question ID  1969  -  Family issues
I am a shia muslim and my family is sunni,?
 
Answer:-  What is your question ?


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Question ID  1956  -  Family issues
Bismillah Hir Rahman Nir Rahim Salamun Alaykum, Please note that if a sibling of a person misbehave with him & his family, does not perform Wajebaat neither afraid of Haram and use to cheat people. Even Amr bil Maaruf is of no use because parents encourage & favors directly/indirectly his/her misbehaving, cheating and other activities. In such cases If parents force to have good relationship with such siblings. Does person has to obey them or can refuse. In spite of knowing there is no chance of improvement in their behavior. Such cases will be called as Qat e Rahmi or not. Please inform is it a sin to disobey parents in such cases. Shukran Jazak Allah iltemase dua
 
Answer:-  You must obey your parents in every matter which does go against Allah
(SWT).
You must keep good relationship with your siblings even with those who do
bad to you or misbehave.
Wassalam.
Mohammadbal-Musawi

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Question ID  1889  -  Family issues
Salaamalaikum My son has had illegitimate relationship with a sunni girl, he has repented but has ended up fathering a child. I would like to know what are mine and his duties towards this illegitimate child(girl)of my son. Should this child be given for adoption to any muslim family? If the child is to be brought up by my son, how will he introduce this child to the rest of the family and community, it being an illegitimate and that her mother is a sunni woman?
 
Answer:-  Father is responsible to look after his child.
The child is his child no matter who is the mother and what were the
circumstances.
Wassalam
Mohammad al-Musawi
 
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