Do Sunnis and Shias hate each other as much as Cotholics and Protestants do?

11 Answers

  • 10 years ago
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    Not all Sunnis hate Shia , and not all Shia hate Sunna.

    We are all brothers in Islam , we cant hate each other

  • musa
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    Catholics and protestants clash not knowing that they both are equally wrong in following Christianity, a religion and teachings created by Paul.

    The Shia and the Sunni clash is political. While the Shia as direct decendants of the prophet claim they are the superiors and should rule over the Muslims, the Sunnies just deny that and say that every one is equal, and no superiority claims in Islam. The shia's dont hate the sunnies because they both carry the same Quran and because they know sunnies can never be shia's. They just want them to recognise the Shia's as the superiors.

  • James
    Lv 7
    10 years ago

    Some sunnis hate shias. Some shias hate sunnis. Some catholics hate protestants. Some protestants hate catholics.

    But by no means all. Not a majority. Not even a large minority. Most live in peace, and accept that while their brothers and sisters have different faiths, they are still people of faith. Many even marry people of other faiths, while maintaining their own.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Sunnis and Shias dont hate each other, the differences between them is only minor. Catholicism and Protestantism are like different religions...

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    It's just the disagreements on some branches of faith. That's what really causes the problems. So I'm assuming that's why Catholics and Protestants fight as well. Not really because of 'hate'.

  • 10 years ago

    I for one do not hate any shias or any muslims or any non muslims.

    Source(s): Sunni muslim
  • 10 years ago

    World wide, in Modern Times, Cotholics and Protestants don't try to kill each other... That was just an Irish Thing... "The Troubles" were an extreme example of how Theism IS a form of mental illness.

    As for the actual question...

    Look at Saddam's "Ba'ath Party".

    It was founded upon Nazi Ideals...

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    Iraq, because of its oil and hatred of Jews, was an important battleground between the Axis and Allied powers in World War II. Nazi propaganda was broadcast throughout Baghdad, and Iraqis often went on rampages against Jews throughout the war. One of the most ardent Nazi supporters during WWII was named Khairallah Talfah. Talfah was Saddam's uncle.

    After the war, many of the key Iraqi Nazi supporters, all of whom evaded prosecution, wound up involved in Saddam's rise to power. This special examines the key individuals of the Iraqi-Nazi connection,

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    A fascinating documentary presented by the History Channel that links Saddam to Hitler through Michel Aflaq through Amin al-Husseini. Among the many ironies is the fact that Aflaq, one of the founders of the Ba'ath Party, was a Greek Orthodox Christian. Also, that the title "Grand Mufti" was created by the British, and that Grand Mufti al-Husseini was made a General by Hitler.

    The connection of al-Husseini to many modern day events is startling. Yasser Arafat was his nephew, and Michel Aflaq founded the Ba'thist party on al-Husseini's principles of Arab Nationalism. While head of a 30,000 man Muslim SS force that terrorized Hungary and Yugoslavia during WWII, al-Husseini's crimes against civilian populations laid the groundwork for the Bosnian War.

    As to any relevance to current events, the documentary reminds us how Iraq was formed from three separate, sometimes warring, regions of the Ottoman Empire: Mosul, Basra, and Baghdad. Now that the butcher Saddam is no longer there to hold these disparate regions together, could that be the answer to extricating ourselves from this folly?

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    I LOVE hearing about how "The Qu'ran is perfect... Islam is PERFECT! There have been NO CHANGES WHAT SO EVER to the religion since its FOUNDING!!! IT IS PERFECT!!!"

    And yet they have sects just like all the other forms of evil theism throughout history...

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  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    let me correct you.

    sunnis and shias dont hate each other, we have disagreements. yet we are happy to live in peace, until the wahhabi hate preachers come into the picture. thats when hate begins.

    Source(s): shia 4 life
  • 10 years ago

    "hate" is a strong,powerful word..

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