There Is a Time & Place for Everything | Shaykh Usama Abdulghani
انٹرنیٹ کا صحیح استعمال | ولی امرِ مسلمین جہان سید علی خامنہ ای حفظہ اللہ
Even among best friends, there are certain things which ought not to be said even if they may be considered as the truth. Similarly, among the Muslim Ummah, there are many academic points which may be considered as the truth by certain circles – this does not mean that such things ought to be blurted out at the risk of breaking ties and creating discord.
The deviant brand of #BritishShiaism, which is spearheaded by personalities like Yassir Habib, Mujtaba Shirazi, Tawhidi and others does not in any way represent the majority of Shia Muslims. The reality is that while the majority of Shia Muslims do have a different understanding to Sunnis when it comes to historical figures, most Shia Muslims have the common sense to avoid expressing such sentiments which will brew hatred. Most Muslims, both Sunni and Shia alike, want unity despite their differences – which are small in comparison to the vast similarities shared by the two Islamic Schools of Thought.