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Correct Niche In Islam

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Submitted by B.Ebrahim (South Africa), Dec 2, 2008 at 10:40

I agree that Islam has many sects eg.wahabism,sufism,shia,sunnis etc.The fundamentals of Islam is rooted in the most dynamic personality viz.Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and he was neither one of the above.

However the many sects relegate themselves when they deviate from the teachings of the P.rophet and the Koran.Islamic jurisprudence and sharia denounces any innovation in Islam.We are born into different religions and sect .

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