anonymous
  • anonymous
The issue of succession, which split the Muslim world, was based on what question?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the choices are.. Should the ruler be approved by a religious council? Should the ruler be a devout Sunni Muslim? Should the ruler be related to Muhammad? Should the ruler be chosen by Allah through lots?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think the answer is c but im not sure its a guess
anonymous
  • anonymous
The best answer here is B. The original conflict over succession happened specifically because Mohammed died without a son to succeed him, and the early Muslim community was split on whether the title of caliph should pass to his cousin Ali, or to others not related to Mohammed. A is incorrect because at the time the distinction between Sunni and Shia did not yet exist. C is incorrect because the title of caliph would not be decided in such an informal way.

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