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Islam Study Notes

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NOTES ON ALGHAZALI, HAJJ AND ENVIORNMENTAL ETHICS. THEY ARE HIGHLY DETAILED.. BAND 6 NOTES

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Islam Philosophy Ash'aris Religion Mujaddid Al-Ghazali Sufi psychology Islamic philosophy Sufism Avicenna The Incoherence of the Philosophers Early Islamic philosophy Imam Critique Al Rashidun
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Islam Philosophy Ash'aris Religion Mujaddid Al-Ghazali Sufi psychology Islamic philosophy Sufism Avicenna The Incoherence of the Philosophers Early Islamic philosophy Imam Critique Al Rashidun
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• The four caliphs are accepted by Sunni Muslims as the authentic leaders of Islam in what is considered to be a golden age or ideal period of Muslim development. • Shi'a Muslims accept only the fourth of these leaders 'Ali Ibn Abi Talib as arightful leader and give him the title of Imam which indicates that he was a divinely guided leader. Groups within Islam • The following period saw the rule of the Umayyad group and then later of the Abbasids. This period led to divisions between three main groupings of Muslims. • The Sunni and Shi'a groups have continued until the present times. The third group the Khajirites were a more radical separatist group which has not continued in significant numbers other than a reformed and more moderate group ...
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