Hujjat al-Islam Bahjatpour emphasized that the effect of forbidden food is a very serious ‎and important issue.‎

RNA – Speaking at a mourning ceremony at the Central of the Management of the Women’s ‎Seminaries, Hujjat al-Islam Abdolkarim Bahjatpour pointing out that the event of Ashura ‎contains many lessons and teachings and added, “We learned from the teachings of the Ahl ‎al-Bayt that Ashura is an opportunity to become acquainted with and to accompany the ‎culture of the Imams and the divine saints.”‎

The director of the Women’s Seminaries of Iran stated that on the Day of Ashura, two currents ‎confronted each other, one of absolute good and one of absolute evil and added, “When ‎Imam al-Husayn wanted to speak to the army of Yazid on the Day of Ashura, they made a ‎lot of noise and didn’t allow him to be heard. Imam Husayn gave a historical response, ‎saying, ‘Because your stomachs are filled with that which is forbidden and your hearts are ‎sealed, my words will not affect you.’”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Bahjatpour explained, “From the perspective of Imam al-Husayn, the ‎existence of forbidden property in the lives of these people made it such that God Almighty ‎even deprived them of the opportunity to hear the truth and to be guided.”‎

His Eminence emphasized that the effect of forbidden food is a very serious and important ‎issue, “The impact of property and food that eat and use during our lives affects our bodies ‎and also has a profound effect on our spiritual affairs. For this reason, it’s stated in the ‎traditions that worship has seventy parts and the most virtuous of them is seeking lawful ‎sustenance.” ‎

Hujjat al-Islam Bahjatpour added, “According to the religious teachings, if a person wants to ‎correct and deepen his relationship with God and even get to the point where his prayers are ‎answered, he must seek lawful sustenance.”‎

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