Hi i have a sincere question for the Shia , why do the Shia hate Hazrat Abubakr and Umar so much? Like whats the deal?
How can you not expect us to hate the men who broke the heart of Rasoolullah (pbuh), stole the rights of Ameer Al-Mu'mineen (as), stole the land and broke the rib of Sayeda Zahra (sa), made Hassan (as), Hussein (as), Zainab (sa) and Um Kulthoom (sa) orphans, and added endless fuel to the fire in the heart of al-Qaim (as)?
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