✅In the name of Allah
#Willayat(The lecture of Ayatollah Khamenei in Ramadan of 1394 in Mashhad): We present you it's summary: 👇👇👇
📣The holy Quran speaks of the faithful as one another’s Owlia, that is, guardians, comrades and affectionate friends and brothers. In the words of many early Islamic jurisprudents, Shi’a equals faithful, and true believer. Immediately after converting to Islam, the most important issue is faith. What does this kind of interpretation mean? It means the faith is what the logic of Shi’ism proves. Our pure Imams (as) kept the Shi’a faith alive by bringing true Muslims together as brothers and guardians of one another the way the holy Prophet kept them united, unshakable and steadfast, otherwise Shi’ism could have withered and died as numerous other Islamic sects did. As I said this was one dimension of wilayat. But there is another dimension to it, which is perhaps more important, and that is ‘the wilayat of the walee-al-Allah’.
❓What does this wilayat of the walee of God mean?
❓What is the wilayat of Imam Ali (as) or Imam Saadeq?
❓Why should we today believe in the wilayat of the Imams?
❓Does this mean that we only ought 👉 to love the Imams?
✅How wrong are they who think so! Wilayat is not at all restricted to loving and respecting the progeny of the holy Prophet.
❓Are there any Muslims who don’t respect and love them? Even those who fought against them in early stages of Islam did have respect and love for them, but they were unfortunate to be the servants of oppressive rulers, yet they opposed them and fought them for worldly attachments, positions and wealth. It is reported that Mansour, the Abbasid Khalif wept when he heard the news of Imam Saadeq’s death;
❓But who had ordered the poisoning of the Imam? 👉It was he who had ordered it! Maybe he respected and loved the Imam! (Be continued)