DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Sunni Muslim cleric Adnan al-Ar or, in a debate with Shia cleric Mehdi al-Moussawi about the "credibility of the Imam's evidence on Shia imams," published a series of debates between the two sides, the Sect Sunni and Shia.
Al-Ar or asked a number of questions during the one-and-a-half hour debate on Wasel, including: "Why doesn't God call priests in the Qur'an in the Shi'a sense?
Meanwhile, al-Musawi said in response to a request to summarize what had been achieved from the concept of imam to Shia, where he said: "We believe in the promise that the Imamate is conquered by Allah and that Imamah is promised by Allah and that this promise is not for human entry , That Imamah is a promise by God and this is the belief of all Shia people … "
"I don't think priests are people," he said, "I believe that priests are inauguration by God, and this is my belief and belief in the Shiites."
Al-Ar replied: "Our cause is or the nation's problem with you that the priest is the religious origin of those who reject it. For three consecutive months we have not been told that one of the books is a source of religion. It is true that the decision we are that the priest is one of those who left him as kufr … "