Pearl of Wisdom

'There are four kinds of people whose supplications do not get answered: the man who sits in his house saying, ?O My Lord, grant me sustenance', to whom He says, 'Did I not command you to seek [for your sustenance]?', then there is the man who has a wife and supplicates against her, to whom He replies, 'Did I not make you responsible for her [put her affairs in your hands]?', and a man who has wealth and wastes it, who says, ?O My Lord, grant me sustenance', to whom He replies, 'Did I not command you to be economical?'...and a man who has wealth and loans it to someone without keeping any proof [of loan], to whom He replies, 'Did I not command you to take a witness?!'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Da'awat, p. 33. no. 75

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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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