۲۸ مرداد ۱۴۰۱ |۲۱ محرم ۱۴۴۴ | Aug 19, 2022
Shia cleric

The director of the seminary of Ilam province in Iran said, "Insight means knowing the issues of the society and moving on the path of truth in the light of Imamate. Therefore, insight and guardianship are the most important lessons of Ashura."

Hawzah News Agency- Hujjat al-Islam Waad Muradbeigi, head of the Islamic Seminary at the Iranian province of Ilam had a meeting with the deputy council of the seminary of Ilam province during which he expressed his condolences on the martyrdom days of Imam Hussain (PBUH) and stated, “Insight teaches us that to defend one’s religion is the most important duty, and unfortunately, those without insight are on the enemy's front. “

He added, "Mourning for Aba Abdullah (PBUH) is not enough, rather we must learn lessons from his uprising and realize that we must stand in front of Islam adversaries; we should never give up on our fight on the path of resistance and fight against the adversaries despite the difficulties.”

Hujjat al-Islam Muradbeigi continued,” One of the greatest lessons learned from Ashura is insight. It means we should be at the forefront of the followers of the Hussaini School (PBUH); Insight means knowing about the present issues of society and moving on the path of truth in the light of Imamate; for this reason, the most important lessons of Ashura are insight and Imamate.”

At the end, Hujjat al-Islam Muradbeigi concluded his speech by asserting that insight is achieved through faith, divine piety, wisdom, and following the guardianship of Imam; Abbas ibn Ali (PBUH) is a role model of insight and wisdom. Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (PBUH) said about him: Our uncle Abbas bin Ali, peace be upon him, had a penetrating insight and firm faith, and he fought Jihad with Abu Abdullah, peace be upon him, and successfully passed the divine test and was martyred on the Ashura Day.”

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