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Jazakallah akhee, yours has been too. ^^

I have considered being Shi'a many times in the past. My method of salat is in fact inspired by your method, with a few differences here and there. When I joined this forum, the first thing I did is start a thread and asked some questions: http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index.php?sh...4954008&hl=

Sorry, but the whole stoning thing kept me away from being a Shi'a. Even Zanjir Zani. Now, although I'm not Shi'a, I do have a lot of respect for your Imams. A lot of respect.

Peace.

Sallam Alaikum bro

Thanks bro, but what little goodness I have is due to Allah (swt) and all my wrond doings are my own and shaytan's. I was only joking bout reeling you in. Of course if you do decide to be a shia..... ;)

As for Zanjir the view is VERY divided. In fact No, i take that back, the view amongst the muslims is clear, Zanjir is forbidden. It is banned in Iran in public, and Hezbullah condemn it as savage. It is only those who follow their own desires who do this act.

And the Imams (as) arent ours Akhi, they are Humanity's. Its just a shame Humanity rejected them :(

WS

This is absolutely amazing! Tell me what has Iran done for Palestine other than making nice speeches at the UN? Can you name me one war which Iran faught against Israel? Forget full scale war, can you name me even one Jewish soldier of Israel that was killed or even wounded by an Iranian? Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq all faught wars against the Zionists in 1948, 1956, 1967, and 1973. IRAN DIDN'T FIGHT A SINGLE WAR AGAINST ISRAEL.

As for Saddam Hussain Shaheed, he was a great man and a great hero of Islam. He is like Imam Hussain (ra) who was martyred by the tyrant Yazeed, but the modern day Yazeed is George W. Bush and the modern day Imam Hussain (ra) is Saddam HUSSAIN. Just like when the Shias of Kufa betrayed Imam Hussain (ra) and abandoned him to the army of Yazeed, the modern day Shias of Iraq betrayed and abandoned Saddam Hussain to the army of America.

And Saddam Hussain did a million times more for Palestine than Iran ever did. During the first gulf war Saddam Hussain launched cruise missiles at the Jews, which is a lot more than Iran ever did besides giving rosy speeches.

Didn't take long. Start off all innocent and moderate 'oh but lil' ol' me just wants to know bout the shia' and before long saddam (La) is Imam Hussein (as). Nauthobillah.

You brehs are the most insincere people in the world and are utterly shameless about it too.

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Didn't take long. Start off all innocent and moderate 'oh but lil' ol' me just wants to know bout the shia'

Wrong, I am not a shia who does taqaiyya to hide my true intentions. Please read my very first post, I never try to hide my true intentions alhamdulillah. Actually my intention is not to attack shias, my intention is only to defend the true Islam.

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"Blessed" LOL you can't be serious.

Anyways, Iran is unique in that the government has designated Twelver Shia Islam as the official religion of the country. No other Muslim country apart from Iran has done this. No Sunni majority country has declared itself as officially a "Sunni country". Now I don't really care about Iran or their government, I couldn't care less about their internal politics. But what I do find hypocritical is when Sunnis try to make their countries like Pakistan into an officially Sunni country the Shi'a make a hue and cry and protest very aggressively. The bottom line is this, if Iran is officially Shi'a, why can't Pakistan be officially "Sunni"? In fact not just Pakistan, there are loads of Sunni majority countries that do not say "We are officially a Sunni country", it is only Iran which says "we are officially Twelver Shia". So don't you think it is hypocritical for Shias in Pakistan to want so much power and influence in a Sunni country when over six million Sunni Muslims in Iran have to quietly accept the fact that Iran is officially Shia and they are second class citizens?!

For a country of over 60 million people, 9% is a large amount of people. You cannot just pretend they are invisible.

So the President of Pakistan (Asif Ali Zardari) belongs to an "oppressed minority?" Please be serious. Sunnis are the ones who are oppressed in their own country. Have you ever been to Pakistan? Go to rural parts of Punjab and Sindh you will see what is the condition of starving Sunni peasants who don't have enough to feed their families, but their Shi'a landlords are living in palaces and possess more luxury than you can imagine. Yes Pakistan does have oppressed people, the only thing is that the oppressed community happens to be the majority.

This is absolutely amazing! Tell me what has Iran done for Palestine other than making nice speeches at the UN? Can you name me one war which Iran faught against Israel? Forget full scale war, can you name me even one Jewish soldier of Israel that was killed or even wounded by an Iranian? Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq all faught wars against the Zionists in 1948, 1956, 1967, and 1973. IRAN DIDN'T FIGHT A SINGLE WAR AGAINST ISRAEL.

As for Saddam Hussain Shaheed, he was a great man and a great hero of Islam. He is like Imam Hussain (ra) who was martyred by the tyrant Yazeed, but the modern day Yazeed is George W. Bush and the modern day Imam Hussain (ra) is Saddam HUSSAIN. Just like when the Shias of Kufa betrayed Imam Hussain (ra) and abandoned him to the army of Yazeed, the modern day Shias of Iraq betrayed and abandoned Saddam Hussain to the army of America.

And Saddam Hussain did a million times more for Palestine than Iran ever did. During the first gulf war Saddam Hussain launched cruise missiles at the Jews, which is a lot more than Iran ever did besides giving rosy speeches.

You sickening nasibi wahhabi. saddam(la) was a socialist Baathist, he was not a Muslim. He only pretended to "repent" as his rightful death sentence was being carried out. However, this is not accepted as we are told by the Holy Qur'an itself; Holy Qur'an Surah 4:18

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[Yusufali 4:18] Of no effect is the repentance of those who continue to do evil, until death faces one of them, and he says, "Now have I repented indeed;" nor of those who die rejecting Faith: for them have We prepared a punishment most grievous.

end quote.

saddam was a war criminal and genocidal monster who admired the soviet dictator and mass murdere Josef Stalin (again saddam was a secularist baathist "pan-Arabist" socialist). One of saddam(la)'s most famous quotes was that yazid(la)'s army should've alleged "finished the job" and killed the whole family of Imam Hosain ibn Ali(as). saddam was an openly nasibi, and a [Edited Out] child who didn't even know who his father was, and saddam(la) was also likely a descendant of shemr(la) the nasibi man who murdered of Imam Hosain(as); as Iranian scholars of lineage have shown.

saddam(la) launched a few old, worthless scuds at "israel", that did very little damage and killed almost no-one. Compare this to the blessed Mujahideen of Hizbullah that rained missiles down on "israel" and killed tons of the zionists. Add to this that Hizbullah did this as only a Mujahideen group, saddam(la) had a whole national army on his command and could only launch a few missiles that didn't even reach their mark and killed only like 1 person!

The Arab nations that fought wars against zionist "israel" got smashed by "israel". Once Iran had the Islamic revolution of 1979 (which overthrew the dictator shah pahlavi(la) who supported zionists and america); Iran openly fought against "israel", most notably helping the Mujahideen in Lebanon after the 1982 zionist "israeli" invasion of Lebanon. Name one Arab country that came to the aid of Lebanon when "israel" invaded it in 1982?! So your examples of the wars of 1948, the 1960s, 1973, etc. are worthless as obviously the nation of Iran wouldn't have fought the "israelis" at this time as Iran was still being ruled by the dictatorship and monarchy of shah pahlavi(la) who was an ally of America, the west, and the zionists. The Islamic revolution changed all of this.

It is the Arab nations today that openly work with the zionist "israelis", the nasibi wahhabi kingdom of "Saudi" Arabia openly has talks and relations with "israel"

http://www2.irna.ir/en/news/view/menu-234/...06824143403.htm

king Abdullah(la) of wahhabi Najdi occupied "Saudi" Arabia, met in secret with zionist "israeli" leaders. Also hosni mubarak(la) the dictator of Egypt has open relations, and recognizes "israel". The Egyptians block aid into Gaza.

Even the "israelis" say that Iran helps the Palestinians more then anyone else. From "israeli" officials reported in the zionist "Jerusalem post"

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pag...d=1208422633228

Quote- According to defense officials, Iran is now sending rockets and other advanced weaponry to Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip by sea as well as via tunnels dug under the Philadelphi Corridor and connecting the Sinai peninsula with Rafah.

end quote.

As for Pakistan, the Shi'a Muslims are for national unity; it is only wahhabi terrorists that are the problem. And there are many "Sunni majority" nations which declare themselves "sunni states", top example wahhabi Najdi occupied "Saudi" Arabia, the official religion of the state is wahhabism.

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So Sunni cannot become President of Iran according to the constitution?! And than at the same time Iran government is always raising useless slogan of Shi'a-Sunni unity. First make unity in your own country, than talk about unity in the rest of the Muslim world. Shi'as have full equal rights in Sunni countries. Just look at Pakistan, Shi'as despite being a minority are the richest, own more land in proportion to their numbers, control the media, and are prominent in politics. The President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, is Shi'a. As were many other famous Pakistani politicians, like Benazir Bhutto, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Yahya Khan, and Muhammad Ali Bogra. Needless to say all of these politicians destroyed Pakistan, like Bhutto and Yahya Khan who were responsible for the separation of Bangladesh, and Benazir and her husband who looted the taxpayers' money. Still Pakistani Sunnis continue to allow Shi'as to have so much power. But of course Iran will never allow a Sunni Muslim to move up the ladder in their country.
what you have said is not true you should study things before you speak out and comment Sunnis can serve as President of Iran if elected by the people which is lot more than can be said about Saudi Arabia and the other arab gulf states

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I agree with Shia Engineer. Although i think we have relatively made our positions clear on the issue.

I don't know why this Paki seems to like Saddam, is he aware that he could only speak Arabic in Iraq and that his signature with "Zindabad" would get him a nice whooping? I don't think so, He should talk to some of his Kurdish brothers about such matters.

It is not only about "Crushing a Shia rebellion", which was absolutely natural since the majority of that country is infact Shia and did not want him. But also because he tortured human beings, in the most horrific ways. He strapped bombs around prisoners and pulled the trigger. If you are wondering they were not only from "Shia rebellion" but fellow Sunnite Islamists, kurds that got in his way of Pan-Arabism. Women and Men who were interrogated, sisters raped in front of their families. The Chemical agents that are absolutely haram and killed entire villages, even gassing Cats and other animals. No rational person considered this monster a human and if they do, they must be from a very hungry, low educated, ill informed and indoctrinated background.

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Could someone shed more light on this particular issue? I think it deserves to clarified (somehow).

[snip] Your article uses the widely accepted-but incorrect view of the West that Ayatollah Khamanei is the ultimate ruler in all affairs-that is not trueand the core reason why articles such as this form a propagandist agenda, whether they know about it or not. [snip]

A quick search into the subject got me this (yes, I now it's just wikipedia, but so far it has gone uncontested):

According to the constitution, [the "Leader"] has the last say in internal and foreign policies.

ASSUMING that this is true, Khameini would, in fact, have the last say in all things (internal and external) pertaining to the IRI, PROVIDED it is in accordance to the Assembly of Experts.

Would anyone familiar with the IRI's Constitution care to comment? I don't mean to derail the topic of this thread, but this seems pretty interesting to me...

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SALAM ALAYKOM

A MOSQUE IS A MOSQUE ITS IGNORANT FOR PEOPLE TO WANT A "SHIA" OR A "SUNNI" MOSQUE YOU CAN PRAY ANYWHERE I LIVE IN A PLACE WHERE I PRAY IN A "SUNNI" MOSQUE BECAUSE IM IN THE MINORITY YOU DONT HEAR ME SAYING BUILD A "SHIA" MOSQUE WHAT TYPE OF MONAFEQ PLAN OF SEPERATION IS THIS

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SALAM ALAYKOM

A MOSQUE IS A MOSQUE ITS IGNORANT FOR PEOPLE TO WANT A "SHIA" OR A "SUNNI" MOSQUE YOU CAN PRAY ANYWHERE I LIVE IN A PLACE WHERE I PRAY IN A "SUNNI" MOSQUE BECAUSE IM IN THE MINORITY YOU DONT HEAR ME SAYING BUILD A "SHIA" MOSQUE WHAT TYPE OF MONAFEQ PLAN OF SEPERATION IS THIS

When Taliban take over Pakistan - and there is no chance that they will not - and they declare mosques to be 'mosques' outlawing Sunni-Shia distinction, then I'll see how many Shia pray behind a ghastly Wahhabi neanderthal. Only then the Muslim-unity brigade in Iran would know that Sunnis have a right to ask for their mosque which they can administer according to their school of thought.

Every country on earth has mosques that are run by either Shia or Sunni or any other faction according to their practices. Why can't Sunnis have theirs in Iran, is the one dime question. lol

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When Taliban take over Pakistan - and there is no chance that they will not - and they declare mosques to be 'mosques' outlawing Sunni-Shia distinction, then I'll see how many Shia pray behind a ghastly Wahhabi neanderthal. Only then the Muslim-unity brigade in Iran would know that Sunnis have a right to ask for their mosque which they can administer according to their school of thought.

Every country on earth has mosques that are run by either Shia or Sunni or any other faction according to their practices. Why can't Sunnis have theirs in Iran, is the one dime question. lol

FIRSTLY ARE YOU Allah 2 SAY THEY WILL NOT? SECONDLY WHERE IS UR REPLY 2 MY SALAAM?

LASLTY AS AN IRANIAN WE HAVE MANY MOSQUES WHERE SUNNI BROTHERS CAN PRAY IN QUITE FINE WE DONT NEED ANY MORE "SUNNI" MOSQUES BUILT AS A MOSQUE IS A MOSQUE THAT MONEY COULD HELP OTHER IRANIANS (SUNNI OR SHIA) WITH THINGS THEY NEED NOT ALLREADY HAVE

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LASLTY AS AN IRANIAN WE HAVE MANY MOSQUES WHERE SUNNI BROTHERS CAN PRAY IN QUITE FINE WE DONT NEED ANY MORE "SUNNI" MOSQUES BUILT AS A MOSQUE IS A MOSQUE THAT MONEY COULD HELP OTHER IRANIANS (SUNNI OR SHIA) WITH THINGS THEY NEED NOT ALLREADY HAVE

You certainly haven't read what I wrote, have you?

A mosque is a mosque but the question is who administers/manages it? Sunnis or Shia? How fair is that that you want Sunni 'brothers' to pray behind Shia Imam/pesh namaz when they do not want to - and then you claim that Saudis are Shia oppressing despots. Hypocrisy knows no boundaries, does it?

FIRSTLY ARE YOU Allah 2 SAY THEY WILL NOT?

Are you Allah to say that they will?

SECONDLY WHERE IS UR REPLY 2 MY SALAAM?

You have asked me to reciprocate your salam as George Galloway asked Jeremy Paxman to congratulate him after his 2005 election victory. Watch this: :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tD5tunBGmDQ...PL&index=32

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When Taliban take over Pakistan - and there is no chance that they will not - and they declare mosques to be 'mosques' outlawing Sunni-Shia distinction, then I'll see how many Shia pray behind a ghastly Wahhabi neanderthal. Only then the Muslim-unity brigade in Iran would know that Sunnis have a right to ask for their mosque which they can administer according to their school of thought.

Every country on earth has mosques that are run by either Shia or Sunni or any other faction according to their practices. Why can't Sunnis have theirs in Iran, is the one dime question. lol

I am not saying Iran should do the same as Sunnis done, but lets be realistic.

In Medina 10s of thousands of Shias living, they are denied having a Shia mosque or any kind of gatherings.

In Egypt, the puppet, the so called secular and anti-religion Sunni government repeatedly denied Shias to build a mosque. In Jordan Shias are banned to have a mosque.

In Bahrain, a Shia majority country, Shias can not have a Shia school teaching religion, they go to Iraq and Iran for religious studies or doing informal studies in mosques or other places. And in more countries..................

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I am not saying Iran should do the same as Sunnis done, but lets be realistic.

In Medina 10s of thousands of Shias living, they are denied having a Shia mosque or any kind of gatherings.

In Egypt, the puppet, the so called secular and anti-religion Sunni government repeatedly denied Shias to build a mosque. In Jordan Shias are banned to have a mosque.

In Bahrain, a Shia majority country, Shias can not have a Shia school teaching religion, they go to Iraq and Iran for religious studies or doing informal studies in mosques or other places. And in more countries..................

Shia suffer unspeakably in Sunni/Wahhabi dominated countries as you have pointed out. Some of which I knew and some didn't, like the restrictions on Shia in Bahrain. Elaborate further on that with proof if you will.

Now, I believe that because our oppression in so many Sunni/Wahhabi strongholds does not give us an excuse or a moral right to do remotely the same to Sunnis in Shia strongholds. Just because two wrongs do not make one right. Sunnis in Shia dominated areas can enjoy the freedoms denied to Shia in their areas - and can earn some shame for their kind. Despite being constantly attacked by Wahhabi vermin, Shia in Pakistan enjoy the greatest freedoms. We can build whatever we want and do whatever we like. This sort of tolerance and freedom is sine qua non for a multi-factional country like Pakistan, and of course like Iraq. I'd want to accord full freedom to Iraqi Sunnis if majority Shia-led government comes to power. I'd want a future majority Sunni-led government to accord Iraqi Shia the same freedom.

It can work, and it works! But it can only work both ways.

Why are you guys crying? Sunnis have mosques in Kurdistan and Balochistan. why the hell are you crying for?

But not in Tehran.

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Shia suffer unspeakably in Sunni/Wahhabi dominated countries as you have pointed out. Some of which I knew and some didn't, like the restrictions on Shia in Bahrain. Elaborate further on that with proof if you will.

Ok. If I find it.

Now, I believe that because our oppression in so many Sunni/Wahhabi strongholds does not give us an excuse or a moral right to do remotely the same to Sunnis in Shia strongholds. Just because two wrongs do not make one right. Sunnis in Shia dominated areas can enjoy the freedoms denied to Shia in their areas - and can earn some shame for their kind. Despite being constantly attacked by Wahhabi vermin, Shia in Pakistan enjoy the greatest freedoms. We can build whatever we want and do whatever we like. This sort of tolerance and freedom is sine qua non for a multi-factional country like Pakistan, and of course like Iraq. I'd want to accord full freedom to Iraqi Sunnis if majority Shia-led government comes to power. I'd want a future majority Sunni-led government to accord Iraqi Shia the same freedom.

It can work, and it works! But it can only work both ways.

But not in Tehran.

I agree, that is why at start I said, [i am not saying Iran should do the same....]

The point:

I can understand your objections and intentions!

But, most of the time the issue of mosque in Tehran is questioned by those in Egypt, Saudi, and all those ignorant people who can not tolerate even to see Shias praying in their own ways on the street.

For example, Gulbodeen Hekmatyar, a Sunni Jihadi leader, in his latest interview a few weeks ago questions the oppression of 30% Sunnis in Iran.

First, he gives wrong figures, of [30]% and then amazes everyone for questioning justice and tolerance against Sunni minorities in Iran. This is the same leader who repeatedly insulted Shia sect, Shia population across the globe, Shia scholars, and blamed them .... (these Shias collaborating with Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan) in last 2 years of his speeches. And Qaradhawi who declares stupid fetwas and throws his 2 cent accusations against Shias in most of his latest talks, then asks to open a Sunni mosque in Tehran.

From somewhere I remember some Shia scholars demanded having Shia mosques in Medina and rebuilding Janatul Baqi for building a mosque in Tehran.

Do you see the difference? Sunnis destroyed Janatul baqi, not closing it.."destroying the shrines of holy people and Shias' most important sites" and shamelessly screaming for not having a mosque in Tehran......

btw: I regularly read Sunni Iranian News Farsi website... it is a garbage, but sometimes you may need to examine the germs.

And I remember I posted the report here too... Shias in Egypt demanded again a few months ago to build a Shia mosque, but an Egyptian official replied, "No Rafidhi mosque in Egypt" And then, this Sunni Iranian Website who always demands justice and insults Shias on daily bases, titled the report as the way that Egyptian official stated and were cheering the news...with all Sunni participants in the website believing no 'Rafidhi fetnah' should be ever allowed anywhere in the world to open a mosque or a school.

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You certainly haven't read what I wrote, have you?

A mosque is a mosque but the question is who administers/manages it? Sunnis or Shia? How fair is that that you want Sunni 'brothers' to pray behind Shia Imam/pesh namaz when they do not want to - and then you claim that Saudis are Shia oppressing despots. Hypocrisy knows no boundaries, does it?

I NEVER CLAIMED THEM TO BE HOWEVER THEY DO IT IN ABADAN WHICH IS IN THE SOUTH OF IRAN AND PPL GET ALONG FINE AND IN THE CITY OF HAMEDAN WHERE SHIAS ARE THE MINORITY THEY DONT HAVE A "SHIA" MOSQUE WHY BECAUSE THEY PRAY BEHIND THE "SUNNI" IMAM ... YET THEY DONT COMPLAIN ABOUT HAVING A MOSQUE STOP COMMENTING AND CAUSING DIVISIONS

ARE YOU Allah 2 SAY THEY WILL NOT?

NOPE BUT I DIDNT COME OUT SCREAMING "WHICH THEY WILL...

You have asked me to reciprocate your salam as George Galloway asked Jeremy Paxman to congratulate him after his 2005 election victory. Watch this: laugh.gif

YOU DO REALISE ITS HARAM NOT 2 REPLY 2 A SALAAM AND TO COMPARE IT TO SUCH STUPIDITY...

SALAM ALAYKOM

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I was born in Tehran but raised in Bandar-e-Abbas in the south. I would say they're pretty the same in terms of respect to Ahlul Sunnah. In our mosque, which was very close to my house, my other Afghan friends most of them who were Tajiks and Pashtun would pray with us with armed cross.

But I don't understand why do Sunnis complain lot when a mosque is not present in Iran? When many Sunni dominated countries mosque are there but Shias are dealt with harshly!!

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I was born in Tehran but raised in Bandar-e-Abbas in the south. I would say they're pretty the same in terms of respect to Ahlul Sunnah. In our mosque, which was very close to my house, my other Afghan friends most of them who were Tajiks and Pashtun would pray with us with armed cross.

But I don't understand why do Sunnis complain lot when a mosque is not present in Iran? When many Sunni dominated countries mosque are there but Shias are dealt with harshly!!

Correction: 'mosque not present in Tehran' not the whole Iran. In Iran, there are 100s of Sunni mosques and schools where they do Sunni religious studies.

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Shia in Pakistan enjoy the greatest freedoms. We can build whatever we want and do whatever we like.

yes!like a big shia university al kosar university in islamabad(centre of comsats and allama iqbal open uni)and also a extensive place for student hostels in lahore(donated)

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Salam

I haven't the faintest idea whether there are Sunni mosques in Tehran. However, I wanted to make a couple points

1) Whether Sunni countries allow 'Shia mosques' in their countries is not relevant. We should judge by what we perceive to be right, not 'you did this to me so I'll do it to you'. Especially in a place like Iran where Shiism is not threatened by Sunnism, and I don't think the Sunni pouplation of Iran is generally involved in propagating anti Shia activities (someone can correct me if I'm wrong).

2) While mosques in the West tend to focus as community centers, in a lot of Muslim countries, mosques are more just places to pray at and don't act as centers of tabligh or community service. So it is less of an issue about whether a mosque has prayers said by a Sunni or Shii Imam except for one's personal preference regarding how the prayers are said and the exact time that they say jama'ah prayers at. And then the occasional khutbah.

3) Please be polite to each other.

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and I don't think the Sunni pouplation of Iran is generally involved in propagating anti Shia activities (someone can correct me if I'm wrong).

Yes, you are wrong!

Can you read Persian? If yes, check this Sunni Iranian website. Sunni-News-Dot-Com

They are not only propagating, but they are planning and building networks and sending agents around Iran to cause trouble and eventually when the right times come, they want to fight for separation of Balochistan.

They are being helped by all Shia enemies in the region (by Afghan Mellat - a Pashton Afghan nationalist group through Islamists of different kinds such as the Taliban and Baloch separatists in Pakistan. These two groups (Iranian Sunnis and their allies in Pak-Afg, are partners in smuggling drugs...and 4% of Iranians are addicts because of their Sunni countrymen),

(Saudi Arabia helping them with all means, money, media, organizations and linking them to all of their Salafi friends in the region)

(Kuwait is spending a lot of money supporting Iranian Baloch separatists and indirectly Alqaida loyalists who are focusing on Iran and Pakistan's Balochistan)

(Israel is helping them in the Western countries, building TV, Radio, and other necessarily stations, organizing them and trying hard for their popularity)

(UAE governments and private wealthy organizations are helping them), human trafficking of teenage Iranian girls are done mostly by Sunni Iranians and their Shia collaborators, those girls who are misled and blackmailed and who will eventually end up in UAE's prostitution centers.

In the West (The US, Britain and France are the countries who want to use them and aiding them to destabilize the Iranian gov.)

(The Shah loyalists and MKO followers are sending aids from exile and making undercover cooperation through their agents with them inside Iran, to create fetnah and mistrust between the government and the people, create poverty and stage anti government and anti religion gatherings around the country.)

Iranian Sunnis are less numbered and do not have big issues, but their customers are too many, and the way they want to approach to their goals are very dangerous and inhuman, such as distributing drugs in an effort to create addiction and diseases in the opposition sect's society or funding their armed groups to go around Iran and do bombings or kidnap and kill or introduce immoral behaviors to the society and all those to their own countrymen for being Shia and etc....

Supported by Saudi, Israel and UK

Iranian Sunni scholar says Sunnis and Shias have different Ali (Imam Ali), insults Allama Tejani, calls him murtad, says no Sunni will ever converts to Shia Islam; Tijani is a liar, and says Shias have more than 120 sects who call each others Kafir as they are... He says all this sitting behind a microphone inside Iran while 100s of Sunnis chanting Allah o Akbar.

AND BTW: These videos of Sunni scholars presence in Sunni mosques testify the presence of Sunni hate centers in Iran.. not only for prayers, but also for preaching hate against state and Shia Islam!

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