Pearl of Wisdom

'The right of your subjects through the knowledge you possess is to know that Allah has made you a custodian over them on account of the knowledge He has bestowed on you and the storehouses [of wisdom] which He has opened up for you. If you teach people well, and do not mistreat them, and do not get bored of [teaching] them, then Allah will increase His grace upon you. But if you withhold your knowledge from people or treat them harshly when they seek knowledge from you, then it will be Allah's right to deprive you of knowledge and its magnificence, and to make you fall from your place in the people's hearts.'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
'Awalial-La'ali, v. 4, p. 74, no. 54

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Question : #605 Category: Islamic History
Subject: Youm al-Quds
Question: 1) Is it obligatory to participate in the Youm al-Quds demonstrations? If yes, is it wajib al kifaa'i or wajib al-'aini?

2) If someone has to travel in another country for participating in Youm al-Quds-demonstration, and has to break his wajib fast (of ramadan), what is the ruling for the fast of this day?

3) Is it obligatory to participate for someone, who has to travel into another city to take part in al-Quds-demonstration?
Answer: 1) All believers are required to hold this ceremony as much glorious as possible through their active participation in this demonstration.
2) They have to make up for that missed fast later.
3) It is made clear in the answer above.
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