Summary of Shocking Shia/Sunni Debate on Racism

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  • 00:00:00 This video discusses a Shia Sunni debate on racism, with the Sunni side arguing that any black person is like a raisin, and that whites are superior. The Shia side claims that this attitude is a result of the hadith literature, which allows for divorce between black and white couples.
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses a debate between Shia and Sunni Muslims on the issue of racism. The black woman in the debate is accepted as a reliable narrator by both Sunni and Shia Muslims, despite her race. The Shia Muslim in the debate condemns racism, and points to a hadith which states that people of different colors are equally worthy of faith. The Sunni Muslim in the debate points out that the hadith is about black people, and not about all people of different colors. The Shia Muslim responds that the hadith is from a higher level of understanding than the average person, and that it applies to black people as well. The debate ends with the Shia Muslim asking the Sunni Muslim to provide one duration for which he will criticize black people.
  • 00:10:00 In this YouTube video, two Sunni and Shia Muslims discuss racism and its effects on the community. The Sunni argue that the tradition of marrying a black woman is a way to avoid mixing with black people, while the Shia argue that the tradition is rooted in respect for black people. The Sunni and Shia discuss the importance of traditional coffee, which is made from black coffee beans.
  • 00:15:00 The speaker discusses how he's not accusing the Shia community of being racist, but he does say that they need to be very introspective about racism and its effects.
  • 00:20:00 This YouTube video discusses a Shia/Sunni debate on racism, with one Sunni arguing that it's not racist to refer to a certain group of people as "black." He points out that there are black people in Iranian society, and that the traditions in question refer to a specific group of people. Another Sunni argues that it's racist to refer to Arabs as "non-believers" and Turks as "white."
  • 00:25:00 The video showcases a Shia/Sunni debate on racism, in which people call each other "right now" to warn of potential danger. The point of the debate is to discuss whether black people are to be treated equally, and the participants agree that there are some instances where this is not the case.
  • 00:30:00 The YouTube video "Shocking Shia/Sunni Debate on Racism" discusses a Shia/Sunni debate on racism. Elson points out that all the time condemning a hadith is condemning the common public's interpretation of it, which is condemning Shia and Sunni. Hassan Hassan argues that the hadith means that all people are equal, and that this is what Husana is condemning. Elson responds that Husana is condemning criticizing Holden, which is criticizing the hadith that the common public say. Google search results show that some people believe that Husana is condemning fabricated hadiths, while others believe that he is condemning criticizing these people. Elson concludes that he is trying to put a thesis before his arguments, and that Sunni Islam is the only religion that is racially inclusive.
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses a Shia/Sunni debate on racism, with the Shia arguing that there is no fun to be had when discussing racism against black people, and the Sunni arguing that there is indeed fun to be had in discussing racism against black people. The book mentioned in the Shia/Sunni debate is called "The Book of Racist Truths: A Collection of Black People's Anti-Racism Writings."
  • 00:40:00 In the video, a Sunni and Shia debate on racism, with the Sunni stating that the Brooks are a song about black people and the Shia stating that the hadith is widely spreaded and one day was used to justify slavery.
  • 00:45:00 In this YouTube video, Sunni and Shia Muslims debate racism. Sunni points out that people of different faiths can be racist, while Shia points out that people can be racist against any group of people. They discuss the story of Kate album long story, in which Kate longs to eat album money but can't because she doesn't have any money to spend. Waffle but an annuity me had didn't help, and me I wish and an artist to me hopeful, but people can be so racist that they destroy others. They discuss how important it is to have hope in the face of discrimination, and how Yuna be some nothing in Japan OD me happy how am I gonna eat my he destroyed my.

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