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No Patriachs

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (Canada), Apr 24, 2008 at 17:21

We don't have patriachs in sunni, in shi'i which is mainly in Iran they have I presume a patriach such as khomeni

Sunni, which is the the major Islamic sect followed by 1.3 Billion, follow The Quran and Mohammad. full stop

There are scholars who compiled the saying of Mohammad (4 of them) who are very close in their compilation are followed by the Sunni Muslim

There are scholars who learned and can make better interpretation than normal people are called "Ulama" or Imam, but they are not Patriachs, you don't have to follow them, most important is to follow Quran and Mohammad. that is it.

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