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This claim is baseless. Those who claim this false story say that Safawi ruler forced Sunni to follow Shia faith. Millions of Iranians are still Sunnis and no one forced any one to accept Shia faith. Safawis ruled over many countries including Iran, Afghanistan and parts of Indian subcontinent but history never recorded any force on any one in the matter of faith. Till today Sunnis of those areas are still Sunnis. This fact itself is a living evidence against that false claim.


Writing Hadeeth was officially banned during the governments of Abu Bakr and Umar and Uthman and Bani Omayyah till the time of Umar ibn Abdul Zeez which was on years 99 till 102 after Hijra when he allowed writing Hadeeths and ordered one of Shaikhs working for the Umayyad government ( Ibn Shihab al-Zohri) to write Hadeeths which are accepted by the government that time.

Mussannaf Abdul Razzaq, Mawatta' Malik, al-Imamah wal-Siyasah are among the early books.


Allah (SWT) Created the Ka'ba in Macca and made it the first Home of worship  for all mankind. (Verily, the first home made for mankind is that which is in Makkah, full of blessings anf guidance to all the worlds) Sura 3, verse 96.

Ka'bah is the central point on this earth confirmed by many modern scientists. Quran says that the whole world is surrounding Macca (Sura Al-An'aam, verse 92 and Sura Sura 42, verse 7).

Greatest prophets were sent in the Middle East because it was the most populated area at their times. Most Islamic events were in Middle East because of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) and his Holy Progeny lived in that part of the world near the Ka'bah.

Nevertheless, prophets were sent to all human beings where ever they lived as we read in Quran: Verily, We have sent you with the truth, bearing glad tidings and a Warner, and there never was a nation but a Warner has been sent to them. (Sura 36, verse 24).

One hundred and twenty four thousand prophets were sent all over the world to guide human beings living in every part of the world. That is from the Justice and Mercy of Allah on all mankind.


Bismihi ta'ala

In our Shi'i belief, there is only one female who has 'ismah (infallibility), and that is Seyyidah Fatimah al-Zahraa (a.s.).

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