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Ayatollah Karimi Jahromi a professor of Qom Seminary stated, “God has bestowed a blessing upon this nation by granting them the Wilayah of the Commander of the Faithful (PBUH) and his pure descendants. Therefore, we should strive to be grateful for the great blessing of Wilayah in the land of Iran.”

Hawzah News Agency- The meeting of seminary students and scholars from Golestan Province was held at the office of Ayatollah Karimi Jahromi on the auspicious occasion of Eid al-Ghadi.

Ayatollah Karimi Jahromi, a professor of Qom Seminary, while congratulating the great Eid al-Ghadir, emphasized the importance of honoring this great day and stated, “Only for the day of Ghadir the specific thanksgiving ' الحمدللَّه الذی جعلنا من المتمسّکین بولایة امیرالمؤمنین و الائمّة علیهم السّلام' has been narrated; a blessing requires praise and thanksgiving, and the inner blessing is one of the most prominent blessings that has moved from the lowest world to the highest world.”

Ayatollah Karimi Jahromi further described Ghadir as the day of the absolute Wilayah of the Master of Monotheists, Ali ibn Abi Talib, peace be upon him, stressing, “On the Day of Ghadir, his general Wilayah over the people, believers, and people in faith and all those whose hearts are with God, was revealed. On this day, we praise God for familiarizing us with the Wilayah of Ali and the House of Ali, and this is the greatest blessing that has placed mankind on the path of lordship in this world and the hereafter, giving him a place near the prophets and saints.'"

“God has bestowed a blessing upon this nation by granting them the Wilayah of the Commander of the Faithful, peace be upon him, and his pure descendants. Therefore, we should strive to be grateful for the great blessing of Wilayah in the land of Iran,” he clarified.

The professor of Qom Seminary asserted, “It is necessary and obligatory for all Muslims to have the utmost seriousness in honoring and respecting this day, and to try to commemorate it so that they do not forget it and to constantly remember the Commander of the Faithful, peace be upon him.”

The seminary professor stated, “Praise, commendation, and gratitude to God for the Wilayah of the Commander of the Faithful, Ali (PBUH), guide people to the path of Ali and his descendants and outline a life of felicity for them through lawful sustenance.”

Ayatollah Karimi Jahromi, emphasizing that Eid al-Ghadir is life-giving and that we must truly manifest this Eid, said, “In the supplication (Dua) of after morning prayer, we recite اَللَّهُمَّ أَحْیِنِی عَلَی مَا أَحْیَیْتَ عَلَیْهِ عَلِییَ بْنَ أَبِی طَالِبٍ, meaning 'O God, I desire that you keep me alive as you have kept the Commander of the Faithful, Ali, peace be upon him, alive so that I pay attention and care to the way and manner of his life.”

He referred to excerpts from Sermon 56 of Nahj al-Balaghah وَ لَقَدْ کُنَّا مَعَ رَسُولِ اللَّهِ (صلی الله علیه وآله) نَقْتُلُ آبَاءَنَا وَ أَبْنَاءَنَا وَ إِخْوَانَنَا وَ أَعْمَامَنَا مَا یَزِیدُنَا ذَلِکَ إِلَّا إِیمَاناً وَ تَسْلِیماً, stating that the path of The Commander of the Faithful, was outlined in the path of absolute submission to the Great Prophet and adding that Ali (PBUH) passed away while he was performing prayer; therefore, we must strive to always be people of prayer, worship, and piety in the world.

In the concluding part of his remarks, the seminary professor pointed to a story about the manifestation of the dissolution of the saints of God in the Wilayah and its effects and blessings and stated that each and every member and cell of the body of a person who follows the Wilayah is constantly remembering Ali and the House of Ali, peace be upon them.

He went on to explain, “If Ali and the House of Ali, peace be upon them, are manifested in the particles of our existence, we will be successful in all stages of life in this world and felicity in the hereafter; we must always place people on the path of and in relationship with the Commander of the Faithful Ali and the House of Ali, peace be upon them.

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