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In the Name of God بسم الله
mimran got a reaction from Fatimiyyeh in Sahaba who ran away in Uhad
I guess hatred against hazrat umar is more based on the kind of changes he has introduced to the religion, secondly he comes up as the main person behind most of the events e.g. appointment of first caliph and third caliph etc. and attack on the house of hazrat Ali (as) e.g.
My main concern of starting this thread was if they were forgiven shia's should not hold it against them, however it seems like they ran away on more than one occasion so that changes the perspective a bit.
Lastly what upsets sunni's more is really that shia's do an open criticism of events, history and hadiths e.g. and they like these areas to be untouched and not discussed even from a knowledge perspective, one can't raise against an unjust ruler, can't question the authority of the ruler, has to believe blindly whatever hadiths exist in sahih, have to accept prophet pbuh only knew about religion and rest was not his domain and he could make mistakes etc. hence a long list of things which don't make sense yet one can't question.