Pearl of Wisdom

'Dissimulation was established to withhold blood from being shed, so if dissimulation extends to bloodshed then there is no dissimulation. By Allah, if you are called to aid us you would say: 'We will not, rather we will dissimulate', then dissimulation would be more beloved to you than your fathers and mothers, and if the Awaited Saviour was to appear he would not need to ask you for it, and he would uphold the penalty of Allah among those of you who are hypocrites.?

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Wasa'il al-Shi'a, v. 11, p. 483, no. 2

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Question : #368 Category: Will / Inheritance
Subject: sperm fertilization enquiry
Question: Sperm was taken from a husband to be implanted in his wifes womb.
Afterwards the husband died. The sperm was implanted in the womb of his widow. A male baby was born to the widow.

What is the ruling on the born child and inheritance according to Sayed Sistani?
Answer: The born child is the offspring of the husband, from whom the sperm was taken. As for the inheritance, the child shall not inherit the father.

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