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Q: Which of the following describes the primary issue that divided Sunni and Shi'a Muslims in early Islam? The Sunni required a strict interpretation of the Qu'ran's prophecies. The Shi'a believed in
a conquering Islam made from new territory. The Shi'a believed that only God could choose the successor to Muhammad. The Sunni believed that depictions of Allah were acceptable in some forms.
A: The Sunni required a strict interpretation of the Qu'ran's prophecies. The Sunni's believe after Muhammad's death, he left his followers with his book Quran and the culture. They also had 3 ''khalifahs'' after Muhammad's death. [ The Shiites believe after Muhammad's death, he left his followers with his book Quran and another follower that gave guidance, Imam Ali. Read more: ]
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