Ism

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Shi'a–Sunni Relations - History - Shia–Sunni in Persia
... According to Morteza Motahhari The majority of Iranians turned to Shi'ism from the Safawid period onwards ... that Iran's environment was more favourable to the flourishing of the Shi'ism as compared to all other parts of the Muslim world ... Shi'ism did not penetrate any land to the extent that it gradually could in Iran ...
Haabersti
... The most populous part of the district is Väike-Õismäe, a residential area consisting of the big panel houses, which were mostly built in the seventies ... Haabersti Kakumäe Mustjõe Mäeküla Õismäe Pikaliiva Rocca al Mare Tiskre Veskimetsa Vismeistri Väike-Õismäe ...
Abu Isa - Possible Connection To Shi'ism
... influences that can be noted in this movement from Shi'ism ... Scholars disagree to what degree Shi'ism affected Abu Isa or whether Shi'ism was at the same time developing and incorporating Jewish elements ...
Cummins M Series Engine
... The M11 Plus became the ISM when Cummins applied its Interact System (hence the "IS" in ISM) to the M11 Plus to further improve the engine ... The ISM is available in four different configurations, with slightly different emphasis on maximum power (450 horsepower (336 kW 456 PS) vs ...
List Of Ismaili Imams - Split With Twelvers
... succession to the Imām Jaʿfar, whose designated heir Ismāʿīl had predeceased him ... Whereas Twelvers eventually settled for Ismāʿīl's brother Musa al-Kazim, Ismāʿīlīs insist on the succession of Ismāʿīl and his son Muhammad ibn Ismāʿīl ... Ismāʿīl (إسماعيل إبن جعفر), Jaʿfar's son and designated heir, predeceased his father in 755 but accepted as Imām by the Ismāʿīlīs ...

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