If you could share the playlist course that’d be so great for me. It’ll help me understand everything I need to know.

I would also like tell you that Sunnis also tell me that my scholar’s are extremists and they show me examples like Yasir al-habib who is famously known for his slandering of Aisha, Umar, Abu Bakr and even going as far as cursing them in salah which makes no sense to me. I don’t follow him and neither do I really approve of him but when I tell them that they say ask why I’m going against my own scholars and I feel embarrassed because I don’t know how to answer them. This also weakens my faith because of scholars like him who do things differently than mainstream Shia scholars.

Another argument they bring up is that if Abu Bakr and Umar weren’t righteous then why would Allah (SWT) give them such a big blessing of being buried right next to RasoolAllah (s) and I also don’t know how to answer that.

Here’s the playlist for the entire series:

Islamic Beliefs 01


Islamic Beliefs 02


Islamic Beliefs 03


Islamic Beliefs 04


As for Sheikh Yasser al-Habib, he is an extremist and does not represent the Shia. The majority of Shia scholars have openly condemned him. If they every cite him, tell them he doesn’t represent us.

As for them being buried by the Prophet (s), this is not a virtue for them because:

1- Aisha is the one who had them buried there. It was not by the request of the Prophet (s) or by God’s command. Aisha wanted her father to be buried there, how is that a virtue? Abu Bakr and Omar were rulers and so they can decide where to be buried. If now a Saudi king wants to be buried inside the mosque of the Prophet (s) and has the power to impose that, is that a virtue for him?

2- Abdullah ibn Saloul, the leader of the hypocrites in Medina and who was condemned by the Prophet (s), is buried in the Baqee’ close to righteous companions. Is that a virtue for this hypocrite?

3- Haroun the corrupt Abbasid ruler is buried next to Imam Redha’s (a) grave. That’s not a virtue for him.