What is a profound tradition from Imam Sadiq (A) which calls for the Shias to do everything possible to help their fellow Shia brothers and sisters?
And is the aforementioned tradition limited to just the past or is it applicable to the present-day as well?
In what manner does Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei say the aforementioned tradition stated over a thousand years ago is applicable to the present-day?
Is it possible that if one ignores the call of help from a fellow Shia brother or sister, it could be considered a betrayal of Allah, the Messenger, and the infallible and immaculate Imams (A)?
And finally, what are some of the delicate issues surrounding the tradition of Imam Sadiq (A) in which he speaks about "Responding To A Shia's Call For Help"?
Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei narrates and explains a tradition narrated from the 6th divinely appointed Imam, Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq (A), where his eminence (A) speaks about "Responding To A Shia's Call For Help".