Pearl of Wisdom

When Allah revealed the verse: Obey Allah and obey the Apostle and those vested with authority among you ... onto His Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) I said, ?O Messenger of Allah, we know Allah and His Messenger, but who are those vested with authority that Allah has associated their obedience with your obedience?' He (SAWA) said, ?O Jabir, they are my successors and the leaders of the Muslims after me. The first of them is 'Ali b. Abi Talib, then Hasan, then Husayn, then 'Ali b. al-Husayn then Muhammad b, 'Ali that is known in Torah as al-Baqir then al-Sadiq, Ja'far b. Muhammad, then Musa b. Ja'far, then 'Ali b. Musa then Muhammad b. 'Ali, then 'Ali b. Muhammad then Hasan b. 'Ali, then he who carries my name and he whose nickname is as mine -the proof of Allah on His earth and His remainder among His servants, the son of Hasan b. 'Ali?.'

Jabir ibn Abdullah al-Ansari
Kamal al-Din, p. 253, no. 3

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Question : #694 Category: Medical Issues
Subject: Ramadan Fasting
Question: Asalam Alaikum,
When a person cannot fast in ramadan due to taking medication, do they have to make up for the fasts once they are off the medication?
Answer: According to Ayatollah Khamenei's Fatwa, if you were not able to fast due to an illness, then you don't have to perform the qadha for those days.

If it's for a regressive flu or similar, then qadha must be performed.

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