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Salam

1. Why do Shias visit the imams shrines? Isn't it haram people say that I don't know what they mean how should I explain to them that it's not haram

2. Why is the prophets shrine next to the caliphs?

3. Why don't Shias visit the prophets 1st?

4. Why do we have to visit Mecca and do u have to?

5. Is waxing your eyebrows or shaving mustach,hair or beard haram and why?

6. Plz show where u got the information

7. Some Sunnis said Shias need to learn the Sahabas ways what is that and why?

8. Should I put more attention to the prophet or the imams?

9. Is it good to learn about other prophets because the Quran says there have been 124 000 prophets of all time.

10. Do we Belive that all other religions are false?

11. am I aloud to accept other prophets like the prophet of zartorsh and Christianaty?

12. do we get rewarded for visiting the imams shrines?

13. If we cry for the imams why don't we cry for the prophet and also what does karabala to do with us I mean it's been 1400 years does it matter and why?

14. What should I do so that God forgives me and I man like what can I do exept praying,Duas what more can I do for Allah? 

Thankyou brothers and sisters I'm starting to realize why Sunnis are wrong.

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2 hours ago, zeesh_ali110 said:

What do you mean ?

Shias would definitely visit the prophets shrine first, but the area is heavily controlled by the SA government which doesn't allow people to visit like they visit other shrines (in Syria, Iraq and Iran).

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1 hour ago, Logic. said:

Shias would definitely visit the prophets shrine first, but the area is heavily controlled by the SA government which doesn't allow people to visit like they visit other shrines (in Syria, Iraq and Iran).

So what do they do ? I have heard they do not let you touch the grave ?

 

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