The Growth of Islam

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These ideas stem from the belief the God/Allah could not have children because he was a divine entity. Therefore there is no way a divine entity can produce human offspring. One phrase that all Muslims are required to believe is that "Allah is one: He has no offspring, He was not born, and He has no relatives and no equals...
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When Islam was first created, there was no division between the sects, but problems arose when deciding who should be Caliph, the successor to Muhammad. Each sect had its own criteria for choosing who should be the successor to Muhammad. The Sunni believed that the new Caliph should be the person would is the best fit to hold this position...
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