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Shia Theocracy, also called Shi'ah Theocracy, Shi'ite Theocracy, or Shia Islamism is an ideology similarly to Islamic Theocracy, but instead functions under the religious doctrine of Shia Islam rather than Sunni Islam. It was born in Iran and Morocco in the 7th century.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball
- Fill in with green
- Draw the emblem of Iran in yellow-orange
- Add a white turban on the ball
- Draw the eyes
- (Optional)Add a Zulfiqar on the ball
You are done!
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Ali as the successor to prophet Muhammad
Unlike their Sunni counterparts, which believe that the successor to the prophet Muhammad must be rightfully elected, Shia Theocracy believes that Ali Ibn Abi Thalib and his sons to succeed the prophet Muhammad, their reasoning is because due to Ali being related to the prophet himself, thus, Ali is the rightful successor.
Hezbe Wahdat is political party and militia in Afghanistan. The party focused on ethnic Hazara tribes, which are constantly discriminated against, but their main problem was political uncertainty and factionalism. After 2009, Hezbe Wahdat was split up in four different factions.
The party was quite open and progressive, despite its religiosity. There were women in the leadership of the party, and the party itself conducted a rather populist rhetoric. Founder of the Hazara militia, which was first leader of Hezbe Wahdat believed in Federalism and Multiculturalism.
Twelver Shi'ism is the largest and most influential Shia sect. The name "Twelver" comes from their belief in the Twelve Imams, who are considered spiritual and political successors to the Prophet Muhammad.
Alawite Theocracy is a theocracy based off the Alawites, a sect of Shia Islam found in (usually) Syria. Alawite doctrine incorporates Islamic, Gnostic, neo-Platonic, Christian (for example, they celebrate Mass including the consecration of bread and wine) and other elements and has, therefore, been described as syncretic. Alawites hold that they were originally stars or divine lights that were cast out of heaven through disobedience and must undergo repeated reincarnation (or metempsychosis) before returning to heaven. They can be reincarnated as Christians or others through sin and as animals if they become infidels. In addition, according to the Israeli Begin–Sadat Center for Strategic Studies they believe that God might have incarnated twice; the first incarnation was Joshua who conquered Canaan, and the second was the fourth Caliph, Ali.
Zaydi Theocracy is a theocracy based on Zaydism, the oldest branch of Shia Islam found mostly in Yemen, specifically North Yemen. Zaydis believe the leaders of the Muslim community are Fatimids, descendants of Muhammad and his daughter Fatimah. Zaydi theology puts a large amount of emphasis on ethics and human responsibility, such as rising up to depose immoral leaders.
- Islamic Theocracy - Dad! Shia are true muslim, right?
- Khomeinism - My descendant, they're a fundamentalist and almost me!
- Elective Monarchism - Muhammad chose Ali ibn Abi Talib.
- Alevist Theocracy - Ali did nothing wrong.
- Zoroastrian Theocracy - They know the old ways well.
- Paleoconservatism - Islamo- Wait... you hate Him and Him as well?
- Christian Theocracy - Based theocracy, cringe Christianity.
- Orthodox Theocracy - Thank you for respecting Hussein bin Ali.
- Protestant Theocracy - Your methods are relatively good, but you accept the capitalist system and some of you do not care about the poor. Why are some of you in favor of Zionism?
- State Atheism - Allah is real and Prophet Muhammad is the messenger of Allah!
- Neoconservatism - Stop trying to interfere with Iran!
- Zionism - FREE PALESTINE, May Allah destroy Israel!
- Trumpism - How does it feel to be a stooge for Israel and still lose the election to another stooge for Israel?
- Sunni Theocracy - Ali is righteous caliph
- Jihadism - Stop committing acts of violence toward Shias!
- Spartans - DUDE! WRONG PERSIA.
Portraits and Artwork
"Theocracies compass" By Spade