What's the difference?


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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    The first four betrayed the prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his family by refusing to recognized Ali, thus becoming apostates.
    The Zaydis and Ismailis are weirdo heretics and Ibadis are not even Muslim apostates because they're not Muslim at all and never have been

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >only 8.5% of Muslims are true Muslims

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          No. Persians are the deviants

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Don't takfir just read the Quran.com

        May Allah guide you and rectify your affairs, ameen. Indeed whoever Allah guides, cannot be misguided, and whoever Allah destines to be astray, cannot be guided.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is the choice of a successor really that important?
      You still follow the same principles no?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Is following God's commands really that important?
        Yes.
        >The same principles
        Lmao yeah no. Shia dogs are rotten to the core, no wonder they have free tranny surgeries in their country

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          Islam is not a country, infidel

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The Zaydis
      Zaydis are not much different than Sunnis

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    The Sunni madhabs (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbali) all respect each other. Ibadis are Kharijites who somehow survived to the modern era. I don't know shit about Zaydis except that they're in Yemen, Twelvers are prevalent because of Iran and Iraq and Ismaili's were important in medieval Islamic history with the Fatimid Caliphate and the Nizari Order of Assassins.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Ismaili's were important in medieval Islamic history with the Fatimid Caliphate and the Nizari Order of Assassins.
      Nah, they did more

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous
    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is it an ethnic-geographic thing, then? One for maghrebis, other for blacks and areas influenced by the Oman empire, one for Turks and other for regular Arabs?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        It should be noted that these are the majorities, and there are decent sized minority Islam groups in most of these countries. Some like Iraq and Syria have large numbers of both Shia and Sunni.

        As for the why, well, like most complex situations in history there are so many factors, including but not limited to the era in which the region became islamified and joined the Ummah, the preexisting cultural and sprititual traditions in these places, and the individual prerogatives of influential jurists to spread their theories more aggressively in one region than another.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          A good example of this would be the Shafi'i madhab, it used to be the largest school of jurisprudence and provided the most scholars during the middle ages (Seljuks, Ayyubids, Mamluks). However the Safavids took over Persia and Twelver Shia overtook Sunni Islam in the Iranian plateau, similarly the Ottomans favored the Hanafi school. That's why the Shafi'i school remains dominant in East Africa and Indonesia

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        Partially yes.
        Malikis used to be broadly present across north Africa because it was the first type to spread there and from there spread to the black countries.
        Shafiis used to be the most mainstream group, as it was initially formed as a reconciliatory group between traditionalists (later evolving into Hanbalis) and rationalists (Hanafis). So they were present across most of the muslim world very early on. However that later changed due to Turks, which I'll explain
        Hanafis were really common with the Turks. When the Turks ended up conquering the Islamic world, Hanafis spread throughout, from the South Asians to Iran to Turkey. Many Arab countris that were under tuek rule also have a significant and sizabe Hanafi population, making them the largest group.
        The second Turkic Incursion was the Safavids, who were turks from Azerbaijan, which was Shia. These guys ended up conquering Iran and spreading Shiism there starting the 16th century.
        Hanbalis have always been on the fringe and never really mainstream until the 18th century, when the Wahhabi movement gained ground in Arabia, and later over the 19th and especially the 20th century, become mainstream among gulf arabs. Wahhabi, being more puritannical, although don't completely agree with Hanbalis, identify as Hanbalis over the others. because of their traditionalism.
        Ibadis have really just been there for the last 1300 or so years without much change.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          This is all wrong, you fucking retard. Hanafi spread during the Abbasid era to India and Khorasan. Saying the Safavids were Turkic because Shah Ismail grew up speaking a Turkic language is like saying everyone that speaks English is an Englishman, you stupid fuck.

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            It is not for a muslim to use such language, if you are one. Astaghfirullah.

            1. Successful are the believers.
            2. Those who are humble in their prayers.
            3. Those who avoid nonsense.
            4. Those who work for charity.
            5. Those who safeguard their chastity.
            6. Except from their spouses, or their dependents—for they are free from blame.
            7. But whoever seeks anything beyond that—these are the transgressors.
            8. Those who are faithful to their trusts and pledges.
            9. Those who safeguard their prayers.
            10. These are the inheritors.
            11. Who will inherit Paradise, wherein they will dwell forever.
            12. We created man from an extract of clay.
            13. Then We made him a seed, in a secure repository.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      This map is so fucking dumb, you've tons of Shi'ites and other Sunni sects in Saudi Arabia

      You show the diversity in other countries but present Saudi Arabia as a monolith, are you getting paid by Saudis?

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        There are four colors in Saudi Arabia

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Twelvers are OG

    Ismailis are sinful but not takfiris

    Zaydis need to chill out with the whole justice thing

    The rest are takfiris

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing we are all muslim and follow the Quran and the Sunnah
    75 percent of the legal rulings of the 4 madhabs are the same.
    The Shias want to tax you extra 20 percent (khoms) which is cringe and they are fine with tranners existing and have a type of adultery called mutah which is bid'ah (innovation in religion, frankly all of it is.

    All deviant sect takfir a sahabi and then they lose the level of iman and ihsan from their group.

    Hanafi is the largest madhab but they are all good. Try not to be a shi'a if you can, but you are confused then pray to Allah for guidance.

    May Allah guide you and rectify your affairs, ameen.

    Here is a small video for you if you are interested in righteousness and the religion that ordains it.

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Hanafi, Shafi'i, Maliki, Hanbali Sunnism
    All Sunnis. Same books, same goal, they respect each other's opinion, but difference in interpretation/jurisprudence. Believe Islam is interpreted by scholars, deriving from the Qur'an and Sunnah (actions/sayings of the Prophet)
    >Shi'ism in general
    People that believe Ali was the rightful caliph
    >Twelver Shi'ism
    The Prophet's family/the 12 Imams are infallible and have divine abilities/inspiration. The infallible Imam interprets Islam. There must always be an Imam (they believe the 12th Imam has been in hiding for a thousand years) Also they hate and curse many of the companions for not initially accepting Ali as caliph.
    >Zaydi Shi'ism
    Though endorsed, Imams are not infallible, nor do they have divine abilities. Zaydis don't curse companions. Jurisprudence is similar to Hanafi Sunnis.
    >Ismaili Shi'ism
    Many more Imams, even more succession splits within Ismailism itself due to the amount of Imams. Mostly wildly esoteric interpretations of Islam, which causes other Muslims to excommunicate them.
    >Ibadism
    Offshoot of Khawarij sect. Believes in mass excommunication, rebellion etc. against Muslims who they deem deviant. Believes people who commit major sins are infidels. Basically watered down terrorist mindset

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