DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – A Muslim Sunni clergy, Adnan al-Arms, in a debate with Mehdi al-Moussawi, a cleric Shi on "Imam evidence credibility on the Shiite imamate", has announced A series of arguments between the two sides, Sects Sunni and Shiite.
Al-Ar raised a number of questions during the one-and-half-hour debate on Wasel, including: "Why did God not mention the imamad in the Qur'an in the sense of Shiite?
On his part, Al-Musawi responded to a request to summarize what was received from the Shiam imamate concept, where he said: "We believe that the promise that Imamah has being contaminated by God and that the Imamate promised by God and that this promise is not for humanity, is an Appointment by God Imamate and this is the belief of all Shiites … "
"I do not think that's the people," he said. "I believe that the imamad is an opening by Allaah, and here is my belief and belief of the Shiites."
Al-Ar responded: "Our cause was the nation's problem with you that imamad is the origin of the rebellion's religion. For three consecutive months we were not told that one of the books was source of religion. It is true that our ruling is that Imamad is one of those who left her like kufr … "