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Brother Zain also known as Shia blade runner is doing an outstanding job with amazing skills of debate and conveying message to others, I know there are many things where he has to improve but so far he has debated many opponents of Shias in speakers corner and presented things in a rational and logical way. 

Please subscribe to this You tube channel and encourage him with your support so that he can work hard to improve his skills of debate. 

One of his videos please search more there are many videos of brother Zain debating Muhammad Hijab and his close associates. 

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35 minutes ago, shiaman14 said:

As much as I hate saying this, I think the Wahabi was better in this instance.

I wish Zain aka Shia Blade Runner the best in this jihad.

This proves to me that you did not watch the whole video. I don't know how you came to that conclusiion, because from everyone's perspective the Wahabi got murdered in this debate, and if you read the comments on the Wahabi's own channel ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP_2dEq8JJ0 ), which are majority Sunni viewers, even they are admitting the Shi'a was more rational.  

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^^Watch some of his previous debates with other people in the same place, particularly the one with Muhammad Hijab where they discuss about role of Ayesha and Maviya in battles of Jamal & Sifeen.

 

I do agree with you that brother needs to do in depth research and read books discussing these issues, I hope he will do it and emerge to be a good debater Inshallah. 

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5 hours ago, Hassan- said:

This proves to me that you did not watch the whole video. I don't know how you came to that conclusiion, because from everyone's perspective the Wahabi got murdered in this debate, and if you read the comments on the Wahabi's own channel ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qP_2dEq8JJ0 ), which are majority Sunni viewers, even they are admitting the Shi'a was more rational.  

Brother - I wouldn't post my comments if I didn't watch the whole video.

We can break it down if we need to.

5 hours ago, Danish-Ali said:

^^Watch some of his previous debates with other people in the same place, particularly the one with Muhammad Hijab where they discuss about role of Ayesha and Maviya in battles of Jamal & Sifeen.

 

I do agree with you that brother needs to do in depth research and read books discussing these issues, I hope he will do it and emerge to be a good debater Inshallah. 

Yes watched that one too. I also saw the one where a Sunni said he says "Ya Ali" .

 

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1 minute ago, shiaman14 said:

Brother - I wouldn't post my comments if I didn't watch the whole video.

We can break it down if we need to.

Well then I simply disagree with your opinion, the Wahabi was definitely not better.

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The Salafi guy has very poor aqlaq. Clearly, the narration of 12 Caliphs is from Sunni books which he at first rejects and then says that it mentions Quraysh and not Bani Hashim...  He expects caliphs are from Bani Hashim to be written in Sunni books? Lol.... Either he is ignorant or is acting as one to not answer the questions which were originally posed to him.

He couldn't answer the very question which has been a thorn in the backside of all the Sunnis till date regarding the 12 caliphs, Despite being asked repeatedly, he kept on dodging the question this despite claiming to be having superior proofs for Sunni Islam.

May Allah swt save the ignorant masses from such devious speakers.

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Here are some replies on Youtube that I quickly found on what some of the Sunni brother's thoughts were on the debate.

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I'm in a dilemma, as to what I've just seen, though I don't agree with shias on many issues, but this is an exceptionally odd situation where I need to admit that Zain has over thrown br. Abdul on many issues and I being a sunni don't agree with the point what br. Abdul has said @ 28:14 that " khilafat can also be taken by force" that's irrational and absurd from every angle and such loose talks will only defame ahlul sunna and Zain also laughed at it. Let's forget Shia and sunni for a moment guys and if you think logically you can see that Zain had put forward some very good points and instead of refuting them in a proper way br. Abdul was just yelling to the crowd and started to preach, he has not refuted even one of zains arguments, I why the hell did you back off br. Abdul when he said he want to discuss the hadith.................... Br. Abdul is kind of knowing nothing person who runsaway calls him self sunni only to defame sunni..... Once again shame on you br. Abdul
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I am Sunni and I do not believe in the 12 imams but the Shiah brother definitely won that argument. I am sorry but the brother who debated the Shiah brother did a horrible job. We should be truthful in our critiques. The sunni brother was rude and he kept speaking over the shiah brother who kept countering him. The sunni brother was shoving beliefs down the shiah brothers throats that clearly the shia brother explained were matters of difference of opinions just like we have in ahlul sunnah have difference of opinion.
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Zain has blown holes in the arguments of all of the Sunni opponents so far..whilst I don't agree with the Shia position ,his arguments are compelling.
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This shia can be easily refuted. However with Hamid, he is worked up which means he isnt thinking straight.

 

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On 24/10/2017 at 6:26 PM, Danish-Ali said:

Brother Zain also known as Shia blade runner is doing an outstanding job with amazing skills of debate and conveying message to others, I know there are many things where he has to improve but so far he has debated many opponents of Shias in speakers corner and presented things in a rational and logical way. 

Please subscribe to this You tube channel and encourage him with your support so that he can work hard to improve his skills of debate. 

One of his videos please search more there are many videos of brother Zain debating Muhammad Hijab and his close associates. 

Very interesting video.

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