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The Difference Between
Who is imamgeorge am imam warth deen muhammed?
Asked in Quran (Koran)
Who converted the Qur'an into book form?
It was written by both prophet Muhammed ( Peace be upon him & his family) and later by his cousin and son in law Imam Ali Ibn Abu Talib ( Peace be upon him ) Prophet Muhammed was writing the things that were revealed to him by God, while Ali wrote down what Muhammed told him what God revealed to Muhammed which was then put into words.
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What is the title of the spiritual leader of Nizari Ismailite sect of the Khoja Ismaili community?
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What is the relation of imam jaffer sidique with hazrat imam hassan and hazrat imam hussain?
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Who are the shite of Iraq?
shite of Iraq are Muslim who follow imam ali Mohammed cousin and his family the pray fife times in three different timing shite are peaceful then another Muslim they only 11% of Islam are shite... they don't have long beard and i road they hate aysha because after muhammed die she kicked muhammed Daughter from his first wife and her sons also prophet muhammed grandsons . and when they killed Mohammed daughter she was helping them ,
Asked in Islam, Quran (Koran)
What is a Imam's title in the Islamic faith?
Imam is the title for an Islamic religious leader. Shia "Imams" The Shia believe that The Imam is someone who is able to lead mankind in all aspects of life. In addition they believe that an Imam is a perfect example in everything. According to Shia, an Imam is a leader that must be followed since he is appointed by Allah (GOD). The Shia interpretation is that the Quran clearly says that only God can appoint an Imam and no one else has the power to designate one. The incident of Ghadeer-e-Khum is referenced as when Muhammad declared Ali as the leader of the community after him. According to the Twelve-Imam Shiite, Imam is a divine status like Prophethood. A Prophet can also be an Imam but not all Prophets are Imams. Since Prophet Muhammad is the last Prophet, there could be no Prophets after him and so the 12 Imams are not Prophets but only Imams. These 12 Imams are as great in a sense as all the previous prophets except Prophet Muhammed who is the greatest of all. Sunni "Imams" The term is also used for a recognized religious leader or teacher in Islam, often for the founding scholars of the four Sunni madhhabs, or schools of religious jurisprudence (fiqh). For example, Imam Abu Hanifa. Or the Imams of the sciences related to Hadith such as Imam Bukhari, Imam Muslim, Imam Abu Dawood. Or the heads of the Prophet's descendants in their times such as Imam Ali, Imam Hasan, Imam Hussein, and Imam Jafar Sadiq.
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What are the branches of Sunni and Shiite Islam?
shiism did not undergo any divisions dyring the imamate of the first three Imam: Ali, Hasan , Husayn. but after the martyrdom of Husayn, the majority of shiites accepted the Imamate Of Ali ibn Husayn ibn Al-Sajjad, while a minority known as Kaysaniyyah believed that the third son of Ali, Muhammed Ibn Al Hanafiyyah was the fouth Imam as well as the promised Mahdi and that he had gone into occultation in the Rawdah mountain and one day would reappear. after the death of Imam Al Sajjad , the majority of shiites accepted as Imam his son, Muhammad Al BAqir while a minority followed Zayd al Shahid, another son of imam Al Sajjad and became known as ZAydis, Following Imam Muhammad Al-Baqir, the Shiites accepted his son Jafar Al-Sadiq as Imam ad after the death of imam Jafar, the majority followed his son Imam Musa Al-Kazim as the seventh Imam. However one group followed the older son of the sixth imam, Ismail, whi had died while his father was still alive and when this latter group separated from the majority of shiites, it became known as as Ismailis. others accepted as Imam either Abdullah Aftah or Muhammad, both sons of sixth imam. finally another party stopped with sixth Imam himself and considered him as the last Imam. In the same way after the martyrdom of Imam Musa-Alkazim the majority followed his son, Ali Al-Rida, as the eighth Imam. however some stopped with the seventh imam and became known as the waqifiyyah. from the eighth Imam to the twelfth, whom the majority of shiites believed to be the promised mahdi, no division of any importance took place in Shiism. the sunnis divide in terms of the school of jurisprudence into four schools: Hanafi, Maliki, Shafehii, Hanbali.
Asked in Quran (Koran), Prophet Muhammad
At how old was imam hassan askari when he became imam?