Sunni and Shia are the main schools in Islam, like Protestant and Catholic. … When you debate with the other school you don’t use vile language or other terms against their respective leaders. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani (born 1981) is an Islamic historian, lecturer, and author.
- Put aside [the] political and theological differences between Sunnis and Shiites and focus on the group’s shared fundamental beliefs, such as the oneness of Allah, Muhammad’s role as the prophet of Allah, and the five pillars of Islam. Take off your lenses and see through the eyes of someone else.
- On Sunni-Shia unity, Columbia Spectator (23 February 2010)
- These guys calling for Sharia law and marching up the Edgware Road are going to cause havoc whatever happens. Syria is just an excuse for them. Those who use Assad to attack Shias in this country, you say to them, why not speak out against Saudi and Qatar? Saudi is the least democratic country on Earth.
- On the the British Islamists, Huffington Post (29 June 2013)
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