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Shia Differences Among Muslims

After the passing away of the Holy prophet (s.a.w.s.). Muslims developed differences among themselves about some principles of Islam which refer to faith and also about secondary matters which refer to articles of acts being obligatory. Unlawful or permissible. Due to differences about fundamentals of belief, the Mutazila and Ashaira sects came into existence but these differences were not about […]

  • Syed Iqbal Husain Rizvi
  • 2011
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Shia Differences Among Muslims
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    After the passing away of the Holy prophet (s.a.w.s.). Muslims developed differences among themselves about some principles of Islam which refer to faith and also about secondary matters which refer to articles of acts being obligatory. Unlawful or permissible. Due to differences about fundamentals of belief, the Mutazila and Ashaira sects came into existence but these differences were not about jurisprudence related to deeds. While the Hanafi, Maliki, Shafei and Hanbali schools are based on differences about jurisprudence, in the matter of principles of faith all these sects follow the School of Abul Hasan Aahari Baghdadi (d. 875 A.H.) Shia scholars agree with other Muslims with regard to principles of faith, but differ with them about many problems of jurisprudence. In this way difference in principles of faith is not cause of agreement in secondary matters of religion and difference in secondary matters of religion and difference in secondary matters of religion is not cause of agreement in principles of faith...!

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    • Syed Iqbal Husain Rizvi
    • 2011
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