It is true. There are, indeed, those lovely beautiful Sunni folk in this nation who deserve our deepest respects and love. For their sake alone we should exercise maturity and restraint in things like public or loud-speaker assisted tabarra-bazi
and never willfully hurt the feelings of the non-Shia by acting ignorantly. Because most of the time I see ignorant "Shia" fellows (who are actually Nusehri
) provoking others consistently, for no reason and when its absolutely uncalled for. Only love can garner more love. Hate is answered by hate.
It is high time that we identify, expose, confront and abandon the fitna causing elements among our ranks (because we shelter any and all who utters the name of Ali
, like Ismailis and Nusehris). Some Sunni brothers are already doing the same by disassociating quite harshly with the Wahabi and Ahl-e-Hadees who provide the recruitment pool for terrorists. These outsiders and neo-Kharijiites are the seditious element throwing gas over the fire since decades, and their method is to identify as either "Shia" (in case of nusehri ghulaat so-called-malangs ismailis etc.) or "Sunni" (in case of Saudi based new militant sects). It is when we all have this awareness in sufficient quantity will we be able to solve the terrorism and sectarian problems, not for others, but for salvaging the future of our own nation.
Edited by Darth Vader, 19 August 2012 - 10:41 AM.
"I wanted a high position in life, I found it in modesty. I wanted leadership, I found it in giving advice. I wanted dignity, I found it in honesty. I wanted greatness, I found it in poverty. I wanted lineage, I found it in virtue. I wanted majesty, I found it in contentment. I looked for peace and found it in asceticism." - Uwais al Qarni