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islam[ism] is Split at Least Four (4) Ways Today

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Submitted by Ludvikus (United States), Dec 27, 2017 at 13:31

Most Muslims these days are against TERRORISM - except the terrorists of course - ISIS, etc.

But all other Muslims are against Shia Islam as led by Iran.

Turkey's Islam is a version of the Moslem Brotherhood, which is in Gaza under Hamas, and in Egypt, under suppression by Sisi, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf States.

Here's a relevant article, just published, elaborating on an aspect of the rift:

"In first remarks since retweet feud, UAE diplomat says Arabs won't be led by Turkey"
By Kateryna Kadabashy

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-turkey-emirates/in-first-remarks-since-retweet-feud-uae-diplomat-says-arabs-wont-be-led-by-turkey-idUSKBN1EL139?il=0

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