However could we at least bro see some consistency on your behalf as with all due respect, you were very quick to call for Unity with Sunnis and Salafis who would probably see more than just Fasad al Madhhab about our 'Ulema don't you think?
I'm sorry if I come across if I'm attacking, I just despise that we are so harsh with ourselves yet let the Ahl al Khallaf off the hook and bow down and beg them for recognition more often than not.
i would even want unity with this guy. Standing up as one united Ummah doesn't mean we have to agree with everyone.
i just don't see why young and ignorant Shias would be quick to follow this guy when he's not much better than the guys in Saudi Arabia.
And what exactly is "ourselves"? How could we consider ghulat who commit shirk and would be cursed by the Imams themselves as "ourselves"?
Similarly, how can a Shia who loves al-Khomeini, al-Sistani, Baqir al-Sadr, and other scholars who dedicated their lives serving Allah(swt) also love a guy who calls them corrupt and astray?
It's like loving Ali(as) and loving the people who cursed Ali.
i distance myself from those who go away from the Quran, no matter what they call themselves. If a Salafi tells me that i should blindly obey a drunken Khalifah, then i would disagree with him on this point.
If a wanna-be Shia tells me to curse Ayatullah Bahjat, then i would disagree with him on this point.
Labels mean nothing to me. If a person says something that is in accordance with the Quran and Sunnah, how could i go against it?
If a person says something that goes against the Quran and Sunnah, how could i follow it?
Edited by lotfilms, 26 September 2010 - 01:26 PM.