Pearl of Wisdom

'If we were to take rule and our Mahdi [Saviour] would appear, each one of our followers will be more daring than a lion and sharper than the point of a spear. He will trample over our enemies and strike them with his hands, and this will happen with the coming of the mercy of Allah and His relief for His creation.'

Imam Muhammad ibn Ali al-Baqir [as]
Basa'ir al-Darajat, p. 44. Bihar al-Anwar, v. 52, p. 318, no. 17

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Question : #447 Category: Women's Issues
Subject: smoking while pregant
Question: Is it allowed for a pregnant woman to smoke while the doctors say that the foetus is affected by the smoking of its mother?
Answer: If smoking causes substantial harm to a male or female smoker or to the foetus, then it is prohibited, whether he/she is a beginner or is addicted, assuming that he/she would not suffer substantial harm by quitting.

As for the one who would suffer harm by quitting, he/she should consider which one is less harmful: to continue smoking or to quit, and act accordingly.

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