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Submitted by Human (Israel), Jul 31, 2012 at 12:21

Ali bin abu Talib was Never mentioned in the Koran directly, Most of shia'a believe that he should be the Khalifa after prophet Muhammed ( the first Khalifa in the Islam).

The major problem that caused the division of Islam is who should be the Khalifa after the death of p.Muhammed (pbuh).Now every muslim on earth believes in one truth which is There is no god but Allah and Muhammed is the Messnger of Allah.

Jesus is considered one of the prophets in Islam and they believe in him as a prophet and also he was mentioned in Koran . So his life also is considered one of the Islamic teachings. In short Islam is a religion for everyone on earth.

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