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Can Sunni Muslim pray in Shia mosque?
Ofcourse any muslim can pray in shia mosque. A mosque is a mosque. Its the house of Allah.
Do Sunni and Shia pray together?
The divide between the two major denominations in Islam, Sunni and Shia, is prevalent, especially in the Middle East. But in Heydar Mosque in Azerbaijan, both Sunni and Shia Muslims come together every Friday for prayers. Both Sunni and Shia Muslims pray together here every Friday.
Can Shia pray 5 times a day?
Such as fajar alone but zahr and asr together and magrib and isha together. They do it because once Peophet Muhammad himself did it like this i think ( may allah forgive me if i am wrong) . , 30 years of Quranic study. At least they follow the Quran for the times of prayer daily.
What is the difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims?
The difference between Sunni and Shia Muslims began as a political question in Islam’s early history. After the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him died his Companions needed to decide who became the leader of the Muslim community. Sunnis believe that the Prophet peace be upon him did not explicitly designate anyone to become the ruler after it.
What is the Shia view of the Qur’an?
Shia view of the Quran. The Shia view of the Qur’an differs from the Sunni view, but the majority of both groups believe that the text is identical. While some Shia disputed the canonical validity of the Uthmanic codex, the Shia Imams always rejected the idea of alteration of Qur’an’s text.
How is the Shī’ah tafsīr different from the Sunni view?
The Shī‘ah tafsīr on several verses are different from the traditional Sunni view either through a totally different interpretation or by giving the same interpretation, but giving that interpretation a larger impact on their jurisprudence. Shia also tend to interpret the Quran more allegorically ( Batin) and less literally than Sunnis.
Are there Shia Muslims in the Middle East?
While the majority of Muslims in the Middle East (specifically the Arab countries) are Sunni, there has always been Shia living in those lands. Similarly, there have always been Sunni living in predominately Shia lands, as is the case with the current Saudi Arabia and Iran. Sunni and Shia have been in theological dialogue from the beginning.