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  1. Why do some Sunni's call Muawiya emir al mo'mineen and Ali Caliph of muslimeen? Firstly, Emir al momineen is a higher title than caliph of muslimeen, Muawiya is given a higher status than Ali. secondly, They fought each other, how can emir of momineen fight caliph of muslimeen? Muawiya is from Hind and abo-sofyaan, the women who ate hamza's liver, and the enemy of the prophet. Ali is from Abi-talib and raised by the Prophet. Do you not see this contradiction, also if they fought each other clearly one of them is in the wrong. So how can you accept both? Can a Sunni please explain this plain contradiction?
  2. As someone who supports the people's (Shia, Sunni, Atheist, whatever) right to choose their government, I am baffled by this contradiction. On the one hand, we are rightfully supporting the majority Bahraini people (regardless of their sect or ethnicity) who are trying to get rid of the dictator so the people of Bahrain can elect a leader by popular vote. Anyone who stops their struggle effort should be resisted. However, when the majority Syrian (regardless of their sect or ethnicity) try to get rid of their dictator, not a peep is heard from our Shia folks. To top it off, neighboring Shia groups send in forces to crush the uprising. So should we be against all dictators and zalimeen (oppressors) or just the ones that are from a different sect? Feedback welcome.
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