Which of the following best describes the central reason for the division between Shi'a and Sunni Islam?
Shi'a Muslims rejected the idea of expanding Islam.
Sunni Muslims rejected the idea that blood should determine religious leadership.
Shi'a Muslims wanted to center the religion around the city of Medina.
Sunni Muslims thought that there were too many pagan remnants in Islam
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i think Sunni Muslims rejected the idea that blood should determine religious leadership.
None of them
Shi'a ( means people who are supporter of Ali , Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) 's companion and son-in-law ) Shia means to believe that Ali the brother of Prophet Muhammah PBUH was prophet.
Sunni mean people who hold and value the teachings of Prophet Muhammad and believe he was the true prophet.
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