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  1. in which verse of the quran is the fundamentals and the pillars written?
  2. so you wanna say caliphs edited the quran. I say there were discussion who would be the leader of muslims. it was not about religion it was about ruling. As I understand you try to put ruling differences as religios differences. Abu bakr were not caliph, he was just a leader who elected by Shura. The prophets did not appoint any person as a caliph or imam. So the discussion and political maneuvering is normal. It is also normal that Abu Bakr favoured Umar. You make political things religious.
  3. is it written in the quran the only things to believe in?
  4. it was not created suddenly. time by time muslims have cultivated different views. But there is Quran. For me accepting the quran is more important then talking about sects. I do not hate muslims who have different opinion. I hate people who promotes violence despite quranic verses on killing.
  5. If God wanted to leave a imams, leader, caliph whatever you call it. The God could tell the prophet. It does not make a sense that Utman and Abubakar prevented it, people who believe God is capable of everything could allow this? God left quran and hadiths nothing more. No caliphs, no imams.
  6. Hatred does not justify the argument. I respect four of them just because they were leaders of muslim in that time.
  7. There is no believing in qadar (fate) and imams in An-Nisa 136. So I think shia and sunnah views are wrong on the article of faiths.
  8. abu bakr, umar and uthman and ali were not caliphs. they were Amir al-Mu'minin. They were state leaders, stop calling them imams or caliphs. If caliphate were a religious duty, there would not have been any controversy.
  9. Nisa 136: O you who have believed, believe in Allah and His Messenger and the Book that He sent down upon His Messenger and the Scripture which He sent down before. And whoever disbelieves in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, and the Last Day has certainly gone far astray. According to Nisa 136 the article of faiths is different in shia perspectives. Can we call messengers as prophets or both prophets and imams? I am not shia nor sunnah muslim. I am just a muslim who believe only quran and hadiths
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