In my book The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS, which you can order here now, I show that the Sunni/Shi’ite split goes back to the earliest days of Islam, and has often over the centuries erupted into violence. This is certain to keep on happening, since the death penalty for heretics remains part of Islamic law in both its Sunni and Shi’a versions.
So in bringing vast numbers of both Sunnis and Shi’ites into Western nations, we are importing the Sunni/Shi’ite jihad as well. Don’t believe me? Consider this: already in Britain, the non-Muslims are aware of Sunni-Shia hostility and fear its consequences. In 2014, an 84-year-old non-Muslim, Kenneth Peters, who lived in a Shi’ite area, said: “What half of us fear is a load of angry Sunnis from Slough coming here and having a rumble.”
“Angry Sunnis from Slough.” Do you think Kenneth Peters had any idea what a Sunni or a Shi’ite was, or that they would always be at each other’s throats, when he was 24, or 44, or even 74? Celebrate diversity! There will be much more of this.
“Dozens killed in suicide bombing against Afghan Shi’ite mosque,” Reuters, August 3, 2018:
A suicide bomber attacked a Shi’ite mosque in eastern Afghanistan during Friday prayers, killing 25 people and wounding 40, police said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but police said at least two men had entered the mosque in the city of Gardez in the province of Paktia where about 60 people were praying.
The blast hit the Khawaja Hassan mosque.
“Emergency teams have collected 25 bodies from the mosque premises and 40 people have been rushed to hospital,” said Abdullah Hazrat, a senior government official who was at the blast site.
One witness told Reuters that Shi’ite Muslims, a minority in Sunni-majority Afghanistan, were praying when one man detonated his explosives. A second attacker is reported to have opened fire as worshippers gathered….