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Are Shia Islam followers historically more radical than Sunni Islam followers?

Asked by: PetersSmith
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  • History and facts say so

    Everyone should have his own way of worshiping Allah. Unfortunately, a quite huge number of Sunnis don't agree with the said statement. They believe they have the right to interfere in others' privacies, where religion is the most important privacy. Holy Quran mentioned in many verses the right to choose your own religion and way of living.

  • I can say with full confidence that Shias hate terrorism

    The whole history of Shia Muslims is about helping the oppressed or being the oppressed, even if you look at any of the imams of the shia faith none of them were tyrants or oppressors and were humanist and used to emphasize on humanity always and for that each of them were either murdered or poisoned I'm not saying they are perfect but I don't think Shias can be terrorists

  • They are more flexible

    One guy from "yes" said that the shia are most likely to have a caliphate.... That dont make much sense theyre waiting for the last iman and the sunni can elect a caliph any time and for them the caliph do not have to be a pious person just need to unify the ummah.

    In theory and pratics the shia are much more flexible, i know a lot of them they are more likely to interact like any other religion. They do have political movements but not as murderous and terrorist like the sunni wahani salafi and takfiri ones. Hezbollah for instance respects the multi confessional state in lebanon and is much accepted by the christians. They dont care much about unbelivers but in the sunni sects we have a bunch of radicals wanting to convert anyone kill shias etc.

  • Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda

    Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda. They are all Sunni and brightest example of sunni extremism. Everywhere in the world, their target are shiya Muslims.
    Including Pakistan, Syria, Lebonan, Iraq. In return, shiya Muslims never did anything to Sunni Muslims families. Not believing? Go and check the news papers from last 2 decades.

  • Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda

    Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda. They are all Sunni and brightest example of sunni extremism. Everywhere in the world, their target are shiya Muslims.
    Including Pakistan, Syria, Lebonan, Iraq. In return, shiya Muslims never did anything to Sunni Muslims families. Not believing? Go and check the news papers from last 2 decades.

  • Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda

    Taliban, ISIS, Al qaeda. They are all Sunni and brightest example of sunni extremism. Everywhere in the world, their target are shiya Muslims.
    Including Pakistan, Syria, Lebonan, Iraq. In return, shiya Muslims never did anything to Sunni Muslims families. Not believing? Go and check the news papers from last 2 decades.

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  • Sunni are more Violent

    In the argument you are indirectly accusing 70 million ( a whole nation) of Iranians to Islamic radicalism when you say shiitas are acting nation-wide level... Also have to mention that the 1979 revolution was mainly triggered in 1953, when the Iranian coup happened, which was the overthrow of the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran "Mosaddegh" on 19 August 1953, by Americans in the operation named "TPAJAX" and orchestrated by the United Kingdom (under the name "Operation Boot")... The reason was that in Mosadeq's government the parliament (Majlis) voted to nationalize the assets of the oil companies. After the coup the "Shah" came back to the power and all the oil companies were derived and controlled by British and Americans which pissed off the Iranians for America and UK policies. The conflicts started slowly from small protests against Shah to run Americans out as they were stealing the national resources and later communists also joined the protests to fall the Shah down. In the 70s the protests were led by many leaders but the most important person, who were popular among the opposition movements was Khomeini who promised many ideals... Yet they never happened. The revolution happened in 79... In Most of them religious was not the main purpose... The Regim were and is Radical but the people i definainly doubt that...Besides Iran had the war with Iraq which 44 countries in the world were financially supporting Saddam Hussain during the war...Which left Iranians to find their only government to support while they are not satysfied by what happened after these 3 and a half decades!!!!
    Not only that but also to mention that right now 70%+ of the population are 35 or younger who are mostly not religious. If you can still call them Muslims, in Shiita there are 5 fundamental elements which in my opinion makes it more flexible and softer that Sunni sect in Islam. One of the main elements is the persons intellect. Means that a Shiita Muslim can compromise with what Islam says in certain situations which his might be at a risk... While in Sunni they dont have such thing.
    Whats more many of the terrorist attacks even if you consider them small acts are against shiitas and are supported by Wahhabies such as ISIS, Taliban, Bukuharam, Al qaedah, ...

  • Sunnis are the radicals

    ISIS, 911, ongoing tensions and killings in Iraq and the Taliban in Afghanistan. Need I say more. No question the sunnis are the radicals. The day the west understands this it will be clear who the enemy is and we can finally figure out a way to end this mess.


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