Islam and the Quran in summary

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Re: Islam and the Quran in summary

Post by Dreamweaver » 19 Jun 2017, 21:09

Less reason for conflict, not less conflict! :lol:
What we see now is the extremists in action, unsanctioned by the mainstream of any sect.
At least it's good to see so many now agreeing to disagree.
Personally, I find Shia more reasonable than Sunni,
but also some of the other sects, such as the Sufis and Ismaelis,
are quite outside such dispute.
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