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  1. My problem isn't in disbelieving the sayings of the Prophet (PBUH), however, the Hadith was only presented as a way covering specific doings of the Prophet (PBUH) (such as prayer, fasting and so on). I am comparing the importance of the 12 imams. Such emphasis on Ahlul-Bayt but hardly any reference to the Quran. One ayah and a few Hadiths is not enough to cover such a crucial part within the Shia sect. For example with prayer, it is a prescribed duty to pray (Quran 4:103), prayer is also mentioned in the Quran over 700 times. Although the process of prayer isn't mentioned, here we are able to refer to the 98 different Hadiths that provide each aspect of the prayer in reference to the Prophet (PBUH). Again ... where is the doctrine that explains "Believe in the Ahlul-Bayt or you are considered a disbeliever" in the Quran? I hope that has helped you understand my question a little more, rather than just assuming I'm just Salafi. Thank-you
  2. If Ahlul-Bayt is such an important aspect within the Shia belief system, where is the doctrine of the 12 Imams in the Quran? This is a question from pure curiosity, as anyone I ask always presents an unclear answer, and will always need the Hadith to back their answers up rather than the Quran having a straight forward explanation of this doctrine. And may I ask for actual answers, no youtube videos or links to other websites. Citations to different recourses in support of your answer is okay and may be useful for me. Thank-you
  3. Funny how you ask this question on a predominantly Shia forum. The things you should ask yourself are: Which choice seems more logical to you? Are you asking questions to the right people? Are you even asking the right questions? At the end of the day, if you're searching for pure opinion rather than going out to do the research for your own, and having others provide it for you, I reckon that you won't get much of an answer to your questions.
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