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Glimpses of Shia Islam

AuthorAhmed A. Khan Entered2013-08-30 12:15:27 by Ali Irfan
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SubjectB. - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
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Shias from inside
by Ali Irfan on 2013-08-30 12:15:27, review #546
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better than 90%
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better than 90%
The Shias form the second largest faction of Islam. According to the author of this book, the best way to know the Shias are through their leaders. The book starts with a brief outline of Shia beliefs. Then goes on to provide anecdotes after anecdotes about their primary religious leaders (the Fourteen Infallibles), starting with the Apostle of Islam, Mohammad. A very readable and interesting book.


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