She Had True Faith: Abu Baseer was once in the organization of Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (as) when a lady came and said to the Imam, “I have come to make an inquiry. I am sick. Doctors in Iraq have instructed me to take alcohol. Presently I need to comprehend what to do in such conditions?”
The Imam asked her, “For what reason don’t you drink what the specialists have recommended for you?”
She answered, “As I am your adherent, I will obey what you say. On the off chance that you allow me, I will drink it; if not, I will avoid it; so that on the off chance that I am asked by the Almighty God on the Day of Judgment why I did as such, I will answer that I took after the guidelines of the Imam of the day.”
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Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (as) swung to Abu Baseer and stated: “O Abu Baseer. Did you tune in to what this lady needs to state? It is safe to say that you are not moved by her confidence? Inspite of her sickness, she is avoiding taking alcohol without the Imam’s consent.”
The Imam at that point swung to the lady and stated, “By God, I don’t allow you to drink. In the event that you do as such, you will be sad when your spirit achieves your throat (that is at the season of death)”.
So saying the Imam pointed at her throat; and inquired as to whether she comprehended what he had said. The lady gestured her head.
Something which Islam has firmly prohibited is the taking of any inebriating drink, similar to brew, wine. They are hurtful to the body and psyche. Under their impact one loses one’s faculties and is able to carry out criminal acts. We read of lethal mishaps and wrongdoings submitted in view of beverages.
Notwithstanding exchanging alcohol and sitting in bars where individuals are drinking are likewise illegal in Islam so that there is no enticement in the method for individuals to taking them.
The Holy Qur’an says,
“O Believers, Intoxicants and recreations of possibility, symbols and divining bolts, are cursed things conceived by Satan. Keep away from them, with the goal that you may thrive. Satan wants to blend up ill will and contempt among you by methods for intoxicants and betting, and to keep you from the recognition of Allah and from your supplications. Will you not swear off them?” (Chapter 5, Verses 90, 91)
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The above stanzas from the Qur’an caution us of the impacts of drinking.
The primary Imam, Ali (as), stated, “Assume a drop of alcohol is placed in a well and from its water a land is inundated. Grass develops on the land and a sheep eats there. That sheep at that point gets blended in a rush of other sheep who have brushed somewhere else. In the event that all the sheep are butchered making it hard to distinguish the meat of the sheep who had touched on a land which was flooded from the water of the well, at that point I will not eat any of that meat.”
Along these lines Imam Ali (as) has accentuated the fiendishness of liquor.
For our own particular physical, mental and profound welfare, we ought to dependably avoid drinks.