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Posted 7/25/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:


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People just fear what they don't understand. They don't want to bother learning the difference, because they think they're all terrorists, when there's god awful people and extremists in all sides.


But they are all terrorists.


You serious?
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Posted 7/25/16 , edited 7/25/16

CookieSmuggler wrote:

You serious?


Partly :P.

I do believe that their culture is skewed.
It was mostly to get rage out of me though.
Posted 7/25/16 , edited 7/25/16

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Hi this is my very first thread and english is my second language so forgive my spell.
I want others to understannd the difranse in Sunni & Shia muslims so watch video.
I was borne in Egypt my family came here to east Ny to start a new life at this time i follow no relgion.
many peoples not understand muslims and the difrance of Sunni and Shia? like in any relgion there will always be extreme radical every relgion has them! correct but saying that everyone is evil as muslim not correct I sugest you read up on relgions. Again sorry for my language like i said much easier for me to speak in arabic.
https://youtu.be/TDkIKeINPZE


I wouldn't do this if I were you. Because there will always be exceptions, and it will always be used against you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anar9vIGGiY. There are a lot of sunni muslims out there whom for all intents and purposes are sunni, who view themselves as sunni, and whom are viewed by others as sunni, but don't think or act according to you. If you want to say that there are different types of muslims, as to oppose radicalism, I recommend that you go by "muslims" and "radical muslims", not "sunni" or "shia". Just like christians don't do themselves a favor by referring to the teachings of the "the old" or "the new" testament, as if that means that they couldn't be radical. They should go by "christian" and "radical christian" when they oppose radicalism. That, is for their own good.

I support faith, but I do not support religion. My faith is in Frøya, the norns of fate, and the valkyries, but I wouldn't call myself religious. I would not say that I was of Vanatro, as if I went by the teachings of some religious institution, in which there would be other people who say that they are of Vanatro like I am, because they do not-- and will not ever think or act like I do; they do not-- and will not ever see the gods the same way I do.

My point is, that two christians will see god differently from one another, just like two jews will see god differently from one another, and two muslims will see god differently from one another. Say you believe in "God", say you believe in Jesus, or Mohammad, or whatever, and do by all means believe in it, but if you go by the name of a religious institution, as if you belong to some kind of collective ant hive mind, you will no doubt lose people's respect in the first world pretty fast.

Just a suggestion.
Posted 7/25/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:


CookieSmuggler wrote:

You serious?


Partly :P.

I do believe that their culture is skewed.
It was mostly to get rage out of me though.


Well I can't really blame you that you think that way,I would probably be the same if I was in your position. But let me tell you that there are good Muslims that AREN'T terrorists and don't agree with any of the actions idiots like ISIS or any of their supporters do, but it's a shame we don't really stand out as much as the bad ones and have to deal with all the backlash caused as a result.

I just felt like I had to say this, since I see a lot of people on CR trying to put all Muslims into one category.
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Posted 7/25/16

Jophar_Vorin wrote:

But they are all terrorists.


and also wrote:


It was mostly to get rage out of me though


This is a very inappropriate use of a thread created especially in an attempt to foster understanding. I suggest you take a break from gut-response speaking, and spend at least a small amount of that time listening, even if you end up not agreeing.

I'm leaving these remarks in place for now since others have taken time to respond, and I don't want to mess up a whole conversation. However, if later readers run across that post and report it, I'll be inclined to remove it.
Posted 7/25/16
Just different types of insanity.
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ive seen a sunni muslim and a shia muslim who walk throught a hawker stall that sell pork in their menu,well not at the same time tho.

sunni - close his nose,and curse at the seller ,even go complain to the authority that they should not sell anything 'haram' when there is a muslim population in the country.

shia - bought the food,and then inquire about it,after knows about the pork and non halal,just give the food back to the seller,give a salam,and walks away.

ive seen alot of example happen.i live in a major sunni muslim country.
sunni will always said that shia is a heresy to islam.and condemn them,in public,news,tv.
where shia will just let anyone believe what they want to believe,as long as they are not disturb.

one,is a modernize , 21st century believe that is acceptable in any country,the true moderate,knew how to improvise and reform the teaching...the other...
comes from 8 or 9th century ,where they've been teach that kafir is a always a weaker race and will always more stupid and lazy compare to them.hypocrite that will always say,they hate anything non halal,but using all the technology and modern feature design by people with difference believe.

yes my eng sucks, sorry for the long winded post.
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From what I understand Sunni's follow what Muhammed said and stop there.

Shia follow the journeys of his disciples as well.

Shia are considered heretics and blasphemers and have been persecuted against by the Sunni and conversely the Shia are not too happy with the Sunni for persecuting them. Iran is a Shia nation and seems to be doing far better then most of the middle east so I'd say Shia is the winner.

Seems like Shia adapt to the times better than Sunni.
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Posted 7/25/16

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Seems like Shia adapt to the times better than Sunni.
and how they mostly view others.
Wish more imams could adapt better to the times and teach their "followers" or community better those who come with no knowledge about this "other world" they are living around here.

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ive seen a sunni muslim and a shia muslim who walk throught a hawker stall that sell pork in their menu,well not at the same time tho.

sunni - close his nose,and curse at the seller ,even go complain to the authority that they should not sell anything 'haram' when there is a muslim population in the country.

shia - bought the food,and then inquire about it,after knows about the pork and non halal,just give the food back to the seller,give a salam,and walks away.

ive seen alot of example happen.i live in a major sunni muslim country.
sunni will always said that shia is a heresy to islam.and condemn them,in public,news,tv.
where shia will just let anyone believe what they want to believe,as long as they are not disturb.

one,is a modernize , 21st century believe that is acceptable in any country,the true moderate,knew how to improvise and reform the teaching...the other...
comes from 8 or 9th century ,where they've been teach that kafir is a always a weaker race and will always more stupid and lazy compare to them.hypocrite that will always say,they hate anything non halal,but using all the technology and modern feature design by people with difference believe.

yes my eng sucks, sorry for the long winded post.


Interesting post. Don't live in muslim nation so I never see such things.

Your English is quite readable but it is lacking grammar or has too much punctuation. If your interested I could give you some quick and easy tips on improving it.
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please do send me to a site,or pm me some quick tips,learning new things everyday is a good exercise.thank you.
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please do send me to a site,or pm me some quick tips,learning new things everyday is a good exercise.thank you.
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Posted 7/25/16

Rujikin wrote:

From what I understand Sunni's follow what Muhammed said and stop there.

Shia follow the journeys of his disciples as well.

Shia are considered heretics and blasphemers and have been persecuted against by the Sunni and conversely the Shia are not too happy with the Sunni for persecuting them. Iran is a Shia nation and seems to be doing far better then most of the middle east so I'd say Shia is the winner.

Seems like Shia adapt to the times better than Sunni.


yes the sunni are the very relgious
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Posted 7/25/16
https://youtu.be/GEvojpq-1HE what others think randdom
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Posted 7/25/16

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https://youtu.be/GEvojpq-1HE what others think randdom


*clicks link* "heeeey whats up" *closes window* NOPE.
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