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[[ Read Pdf ]] ¸ Sunni and Shiah Perspective on Islam ⚜ Shia Sunni relations WikipediaDifference Between Shia and Sunni With Table Though even in Muslims, there are supposed to be two groups Sunni and Shia, and their separation happened when the last Prophet Muhammad PBUH died in ADThe key difference between Shia and Sunni lies in the fact that the Shia people believe that after Muhammad s departure, the legal descendant should be the fourth caliph Ali, who was the son in law and cousin of the beloved Key Differences Between Shia and Sunni MuslimsWhat Is the Sunni Shia Divide HISTORY While Shia represent the majority of the population in Iran, Iraq, Bahrain and Azerbaijan, and a plurality in Lebanon, Sunnis are the majority inthanother countries, from Morocco toKey Differences Between Sunni and Shia Islam Sunni and Shia are two different denominations of Islam After the prophet Muhammad s death inAD, the Sunni and Shiite split occurred The Sunnis becameof a secular and conservative group, whereas the Shiites remainedtraditional and orthodox BBC Religions Islam Sunni and Shi a Sunni means one who follows the Sunnah what the Prophet said, did, agreed to or condemned Shi a is a contraction of the phrase Shiat Ali , meaning partisans of Ali Sunnis and Shia Islam s ancient schism BBC News All Muslims are guided by the Sunnah, but Sunnis stress its primacy Shia are also guided by the wisdom of Muhammad s descendants through his son in law and cousin, Ali Sunni life is guided byShia Sunni Short Film YouTubeDifferences between Sunni, Shia and Ibadi Islam I ran across this book while browsing the shelves of my local library and thought it would be a good opportunity to see a side by side comparison of Sunni and Shiite Islam after all, the word objective is in the subtitle Turns out the title should have been somethingalong the lines of Why the Sunni Think the Shia Are Heretics Essentially this was a Sunni author analyzing and attacking the Shia arguments relating to Ali as the first Imam and true successor of Muhammad On the surface hi I ran across this book while browsing the shelves of my local library and thought it would be a good opportunity to see a side by side comparison of Sunni and Shiite Islam after all, the word objective is in the subtitle Turns out the title should have been somethingalong the lines of Why the Sunni Think the Shia Are Heretics Essentially this was a Sunni author analyzing and attacking the Shia arguments relating to Ali as the first Imam and true successor of Muhammad On the surface his arguments seem to demonstrate that Sunni Islam isinternally consistent than Shiite Islam, but I do not know enough about the topic to know whether he was being even handed or not I suspect straw man argumentation on at least some points because I find it hard to believe that Shia would hold such self contradictory positions as he claims not to his mention his numerous ad hominem attacks of the all logical, clear thinking people agree with me variety.Overall, this was somewhat helpful in understanding the Sunni vs Shiite feud, but does not necessarily give an objective summary of Shia beliefs or even Sunni beliefs since the author spends the entire book arguing against the Shia This does not demonstrate a balanced perspective on the differences in beliefs between Sunni and Shia While the tone is not disrespectful, and I appreciate the author s opposition to mysogyny, the book still seems biased However, Salamah sticks to the facts and doesn t seem accusatory, so good try This book seems like it may be a step above self published It was edited well, but I can t imagine a major publisher putting out something like this I hope that explains it