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  1. Hello dear friend. First of all, this is a fact that politics is the inseparable part of religion. From Shias’ point of view, 12 infallible Shia leaders used to be both political and religious leader however their political positions were usurped by their enemies. To be honest, the conflict between Shia and Sunni dates back to the life of Prophet Mohammad(p.b.u.h). The advent of Shia coincided with the time when Prophet Mohammad introduced Imam Ali and chose him as his first successor and legatee after himself. Shia literally means follower and technically means one, who conside
  2. Hello dear friend. Let me clear up the mystery: Reasoning for the Imamate of the Infallible Imams Since the Imams are appointed by God, there is a need of rational reasoning to recognize the individuals who are actually imam. For instance, human logic can distinguish between an Imam and other people by witnessing characteristics such as knowledge, justice, courage, sinlessness and so forth in the Imam, and a lack of such characteristics in others. In addition, Quranic verses and authentic traditions also prove the imamate of an individual. The following are some verses of th
  3. Hello dear friend. Let’s not be prejudiced against Twelvers and read the following points: Reasoning for the Imamate of the Infallible Imams Since the Imams are appointed by God, there is a need of rational reasoning to recognize the individuals who are actually imam. For instance, human logic can distinguish between an Imam and other people by witnessing characteristics such as knowledge, justice, courage, sinlessness and so forth in the Imam, and a lack of such characteristics in others. In addition, Quranic verses and authentic traditions also prove the imamate of an individual.
  4. I recommend all Sunni brothers to read the following book which has converted many Sunni to Shia https://www.al-islam.org/then-i-was-guided-muhammad-al-tijani-al-samawi
  5. Hello dear. In fact, the existence of God is so obvious that it does not need science : The ways to knowing and comprehending God can be summed up in the following ways: 1. Reason and intellect, like the argument of the necessary and possible being. 2. Through experimentation and sensation, such as the argument from design. 3. The way of the heart or the argument of fitrah (genesis, innate disposition towards virtue and knowledge)[ii],[iii] The easiest and the best way to understand and know God is the argument of fitrah whereby a person refers to his own God-g
  6. Hello dear, It is strongly believed that Shia is the true Islam. In fact,Shia is one who believes Imam Ali to be the first and immediate successor of Prophet Mohammad. There are some verses in the Quran proving the Shia Islam as follows: The best approach in proving the Imamate of Imam Ali (as) for followers of the Sunni school of thought is through means of what has been mentioned in the Quran and narrations which have been mentioned in their own sources. Obviously, this can only be accomplished when an individual is willing and eager to seek the truth. Meaning, one engaged in
  7. Hello dear, It is strongly believed that Shia is the true Islam. In fact,Shia is one who believes Imam Ali to be the first and immediate successor of Prophet Mohammad. There are some verses in the Quran proving the Shia Islam as follows: The best approach in proving the Imamate of Imam Ali (as) for followers of the Sunni school of thought is through means of what has been mentioned in the Quran and narrations which have been mentioned in their own sources. Obviously, this can only be accomplished when an individual is willing and eager to seek the truth. Meaning, one engaged
  8. Hello dear. The real Shia follows and considers 12 Imams as the real successors of Prophet Mohammad. The pillars and principles of the Shia religion are belief in divine unity (tawhid), divine justice (adl), prophecy (nubuwwah), Imamat and resurrection (ma'ad). Shia believes in the leadership of the twelve infallible Imams (a.s.) as the successors of the Prophet of Islam (pbuh) the first of them being Ali (a.s.) and the last one Mahdi (may Allah hasten his reappearance). In the traditions narrated from the Holy Prophet of Islam the number and names of the twelve Infallibl
  9. Hello all dear seekers of the truth. There is no doubt that Imam Ali should have been recognized as the first and immediate successor of Prophet Mohammad but unfortunately, his divine position and leadership was usurped by some guys. The best approach in proving the Imamate of Imam Ali (as) for followers of the Sunni school of thought is through means of what has been mentioned in the Quran and narrations which have been mentioned in their own sources. In order to do this, one should thoroughly understand that which is presented in verses of the Quran. Meaning, the content of the vers
  10. Hello dear questioner. God has never been unfair. 'Adl (divine Justice) is a divine attribute which is so important that Shī'ī theologians consider it the second fundamental belief of the faith. To believe in 'adl means to believe that God acts in accordance with justice in the system of creation. In legislation, and in reward and punishment. God is Just beyond all injustices. To perform any act which would be considered indecent or oppressive by a sane mind is an imperfection, yet God is perfect, thus He must be just. see more at http://www.islamportal.net/article/adl-justice-god
  11. Hello all dear seekers of the truth. In fact, Islam is the only true religion among other religions. Now let me explain it more: In order to clarify the answer to the above question, we must study certain arguments such as the reasons behind incompleteness and deficiency of other religions and the arguments supporting righteousness and superiority of Islam over other religions: A) Deficiency of existing religions (other than Islam): Before explaining the reasons for deficiency of existing religions in the world, we need to mention two points: First point: When we talk
  12. Hello all dear seekers of the truth. The easiest and the best way to understand and know God is the argument of fitrah (or the way of the heart) whereby a person refers to his own God-gifted nature and to his inward where he sees God without any rational argument or any experimental observation. There is always a luminous spot in man's heart which enables him to communicate with the metaphysical world. It is also the closest way to God.[1] 5. Although knowing God, the tendency towards Him and the light of monotheism are ingrained in the nature of all human beings, the superstitious
  13. Hello all dear seekers of the truth. The easiest and the best way to understand and know God is the argument of fitrah (or the way of the heart) whereby a person refers to his own God-gifted nature and to his inward where he sees God without any rational argument or any experimental observation. There is always a luminous spot in man's heart which enables him to communicate with the metaphysical world. It is also the closest way to God.[1] 5. Although knowing God, the tendency towards Him and the light of monotheism are ingrained in the nature of all human beings, the superstitious
  14. Hello all dear seekers of the truth. God, the Exalted, is the absolute being and perfection. There is no deficiency or imperfection in Him. He is unique and has the power to do everything. He has knowledge of everything at all times and places. He is All-Hearing and "Seeing". He has will power and free choice; He is alive and the Creator of all things. He is the source of all good. He loves all creatures and is Kind towards all of them. The term “God” is one of the most general and simplest concepts that everyone, even atheists that deny His existence, definitely have some kind of pe
  15. Ahlul-Bayt is a Quranic, Hadith, and theological term meaning the family of the Noble Prophet of Islam (s). This term with this meaning has been used in the Quran in the verse of purity (33:33): انما یرید الله لیذهب عنکم الرجس اهل البیت و یطهرکم تطهیرا"” (Verily Allah desires to rid you of impurities, Ahlul-Bayt, and purify you; a through purification) Theologians, traditionalists, and commentators on the Quran have used the term Ahlul-Bayt which has been used in the Quran in a special way. There are differences of opinions amongst the commentato
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