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To Force Somebody to Follow a Marji

Q: I recently got married. I follow a certain marji‘ and my husband follows another one. He always orders me to follow his marji‘. What can I do in this condition?

A: Generally speaking, nobody is allowed to force somebody else to make taqlid of a certain marji‘. Unless it is evidenced that the second marji‘ is the most knowledgeable one, it is not permissible — as based on obligatory caution — to change taqlid to him.

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