Sufism
Question :

What is the rule regarding Sufism? Is it prohibited?

Answer :

It does not relate to the Ahlulbait (Peace be upon them) so it should be avoided.

Ismailis
Question :

What is the position of Ismailis in our religion? Are they considered as non-believers?

Answer :

Whoever submits to the two testimonies - that there is no god but Allah and Mohammed (peace be upon him and his holy progeny) is His messenger - then he is a Muslim and not considered as a non-believer, even if he believes in false beliefs or certain misguidance.

Zoroastrians
Question :

Why are the Zoroastrians people of the book?

Answer :

Some narrations indicated that they used to have a godly message but was altered by misguided people.

Druze
Question :

Are Druze and Alawites considered Muslims or not?

Answer :

They do not usually declare their beliefs, but if they believe in Islam and in the two testimonies, then they are considered as Muslims. If they believe in the divinity of other than Allah, then they are non-Muslims.

Sunnis and Salafis
Question :

What is the difference between Sunnis and Salafis?

Answer :

Al-Salafiya is a sect which is distinct from other sects due to their particular articles of faith and religious laws, in which the prevailing concept is to denounce the Muslims who disagree with them in their beliefs as non-believers, whether they are Shia or Sunni. However, in order to obtain the support of the Sunnis, they have made the Shias their primary target, while the Sunnis do not share their deviant beliefs. In fact, the Sunnis and the Shias have lived together in harmony in all parts of the Islamic lands for a very long time.

Alevi
Question :

There is a group in Turkey called the "Alevi". Are they considered to be Shia, or are they Ghulat?

Answer :

If they are apparently observing Islam that is based on the two testimonies of faith, then they are regarded as Muslims even if they believe in some misguided ideas.