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Sects in Islam

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Submitted by Viking Woman (Kuwait), May 16, 2008 at 11:38

Let us accept the fact that Islam has many sects as well. Yes you have 2 main sects, but there are also the Druze, the Sufi's, the Bahai, etc.

You can deny them and call them "kafir" for not adhering to your beliefs, yet they exist.

You can google the churches in the Middle East. The main ones are Catholic, Protestant, Coptic.

I think one or two churches would satisy the people, as most Christians do not have an issue with praying in different churches, regardless of whether they agree with all the tenets.

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