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Shia and Sunni Islam are the two major denominations of Islam. They chose sides following the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in AD 632. A dispute over succession to Islamic prophet Muhammad as a caliph of the Islamic community spread across various parts of the world, which led to the Battle of Jamal and Battle of Siffin. The fact is that after Prophet Muhammed died, Islam had a disagreement. Sunnis believed that Muhammed's successor should be Abu Bakr and Omar, and the Shias believed that his successor should be Ali. The dispute intensified greatly after the Battle of Karbala, in which Hussein ibn Ali and his household were killed by the ruling Umayyad Caliph Yazid I, and the outcry for revenge divided the early Islamic community, which is known today as Islamic schism to differ fr

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  • Shia–Sunni relations
  • خلاف سني شيعي
  • Beziehungen zwischen Sunniten und Schiiten
  • Hubungan Sunni-Syiah
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  • الخلاف السني الشيعي هو خلاف تاريخي بين أكبر طائفتين إسلاميتين، أهل السنة والجماعة والطائفة الشيعية. الخلاف بين الطائفتين يتركز في عدة محاور؛ منها ما هو متعلق بالعقيدة، ومنها ما هو متعلق بالمسائل الفقهية.
  • Sunniten und Schiiten bilden die zwei Hauptzweige des Islam. Die demografische Aufteilung zwischen den beiden Konfessionsgruppen ist schwierig zu bestimmen und wird je nach Quelle unterschiedlich angegeben, doch nach einer Einschätzung aus dem Jahre 2010 sind 85 % aller Muslime weltweit Sunniten und 15 % Schiiten. Die meisten Schiiten gehören der Zwölfer-Schia an; daneben gibt es weitere Untergruppen wie Ismailiten und Alawiten, letztere hauptsächlich in Syrien.
  • Shia and Sunni Islam are the two major denominations of Islam. They chose sides following the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in AD 632. A dispute over succession to Islamic prophet Muhammad as a caliph of the Islamic community spread across various parts of the world, which led to the Battle of Jamal and Battle of Siffin. The fact is that after Prophet Muhammed died, Islam had a disagreement. Sunnis believed that Muhammed's successor should be Abu Bakr and Omar, and the Shias believed that his successor should be Ali. The dispute intensified greatly after the Battle of Karbala, in which Hussein ibn Ali and his household were killed by the ruling Umayyad Caliph Yazid I, and the outcry for revenge divided the early Islamic community, which is known today as Islamic schism to differ fr
  • Islam Sunni dan Syiah adalah dua mazhab besar dalam Islam. Kurang mesranya hubungan antara Sunni dan Syiah berlangsung sudah sejak dulu kala. Konon ketidak mesraan ini dilatar belakangi oleh perbedaan persepsi dalam praktik peribadatan, dll. Sunni sebagai penganut ajaran Islam yg pertama menganggap ajaran Syiah menyimpang dari apa yg diajarkan oleh Muhammad, sebaliknya Syiah menganggap ajaran merekalah yang benar. Kemudian, perbedaan pandangan ini menimbulkan diskriminasi dalam banyak bidang kehidupan. Wilayah yang mayoritas penduduknya Sunni katanya mengucilkan kaum minoritas (Syiah), dan begitu sebaliknya, wilayah yang mayoritas penduduknya Syiah mengucilkan kaum Sunni. Demikian pula dalam Pemerintahan. Pemerintah yang berkuasa memperlakukan cara cara diskriminatif terhadap kaum yang dik
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