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Just listen to this and introspect.

Most of us are misguided by Shayateens to hate our own Muslim brothers. We call them kafir, munafiq, mushrik and what not! We should repent on our deeds and ask Allah for Unity of Muslim Ummah. Even if someone calls you by above mentioned names, call him your brother. This is what our Prophet(saws) of mercy taught us. He never taught to hate except the oppressors. And please don't make this thread a thread of bashing each other. If you wish for unity then only comment. 

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10 hours ago, ali_fatheroforphans said:

Yeah we should all love each other regardless of what sect we belong too.

I am guilty myself for taking bad about Salafis and judging them. 

Definitely loving whole world the attribute of Awlias and we can't acquire this status. 

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10 hours ago, Waseem162 said:

May be following paragraph from Imam khomis" adabus salat" will help in understanding value of love .

The third stage is the purity of the heart, which means submitting the
heart to Allah, after which the heart becomes luminous, or rather it be-
comes of the world of light and a degree of divine light. The luminosity
of the heart flows to other organs and inner powers, and the whole king-
dom turns into light, and light upon light, till the heart becomes divine
and godly and the Divinity [hadrat-i lahut] manifests in all the inner and
outer stages. In this case, servitude completely vanishes and is annihil-
ated, and Lordship explicitly appears, in which case, the heart of
the salikis overcome by a state of tranquillity and familiarity, and he
loves the whole world, and experiences divine trances, and the sins and
faults become forgive-able to him, and will be covered by the shelter of
"love manifestations" [tajalliyat-i hubbi], and primary holiness [wilayat]
begins to appear in him, and he becomes worthy of attending "the Pres-
ence of Intimacy" [mahdar-i uns]. Then, there are other stages, mentioning
which does not suit these papers.

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I have some sayings of Ali (r.a) from a Sunni book that relate to this.

"Be good to others just as you would have others be good to you."

"Show justice before justice is meted out to you."

"Discipline yourself to not do what you dislike in others."

"Be kind to one who associates with you; perhaps then he will be kind to you."

"How you wish to be treated should be the measure of how you treat others."

"Consider ugly in yourself what you consider ugly in others"

"Strive for excellence, give generously, and speak kindly to people."

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42 minutes ago, SunniBrother said:

I have some sayings of Ali (r.a) from a Sunni book that relate to this.

"Be good to others just as you would have others be good to you."

"Show justice before justice is meted out to you."

"Discipline yourself to not do what you dislike in others."

"Be kind to one who associates with you; perhaps then he will be kind to you."

"How you wish to be treated should be the measure of how you treat others."

"Consider ugly in yourself what you consider ugly in others"

"Strive for excellence, give generously, and speak kindly to people."

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On 10/5/2017 at 8:19 AM, Panzerwaffe said:

No hope for genuine unity until Shia abandon divine imamate concept and Sunni their unconditional defence of the scandalous actions of Sahaba 

Nobody is being asked to change what they believe in. They are just asked to come under one shade - The banner of being "Muslims".

Yes Takfiris and those suffering from Shirkology are excluded.

Fight Enemies in the name of Prophet(s). 

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