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'''Sunnis''' are the largest denomination in [[Islam]], comprising about eighty five percent of all Muslims. Their difference with the minority [[Shia]] (or Shiite) Muslims arose soon after [[Muhammad]]'s [[death]], when a conflict arose over who his successor should be. The Sunnis believe that the first four [[caliph]]s—Muhammad's successors—rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims. They recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate [[religious]] leaders.  
 
'''Sunnis''' are the largest denomination in [[Islam]], comprising about eighty five percent of all Muslims. Their difference with the minority [[Shia]] (or Shiite) Muslims arose soon after [[Muhammad]]'s [[death]], when a conflict arose over who his successor should be. The Sunnis believe that the first four [[caliph]]s—Muhammad's successors—rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims. They recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate [[religious]] leaders.  
  
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==Difference Between Sunni and Shiite==
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Over the many countries that comprise the world, it is basically filled with great stories of history, culture and religion. Paying particular attention to religion, there are many kinds of religion that have come to exist. Ranging from Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism and Islam, the lattermost is deemed to be one of the dominant types. Islam is one religion that has evidently paved the way for faith and religion to be adequately lived by. Since Islam is composed of a number of followers, a distinct division has been established over the course of time of its existence. Two sects that make up the Islamic faith are the Sunni and the Shiite.
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Over the gradual discovery of such Islamic sects, it has been discovered that Sunni and Shiite have a basic disparity in leadership perceptions<ref name="test">[http://www.knowswhy.com/is-islam-compatible-with-the-u-s-constitution/
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Islam is not compatible with US Constitution].</ref>. Followers and believers of the Sunni Islamic sect live by the major principle of endowing and entrusting the faith a person highly skilled in leadership. Shiite followers, on the other hand, believes on the principle that only those selected and blessed by the Allah are the individual ever rightful to take the critical responsibility of leading the people in faith.
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In this light, it can be further implied that Sunni bears no designation from the Islam prophet, Muhammad whereas Shiite is known to have predestined rulers of the religion.
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Apart from that, Sunni and Shiite also bear discrepancy in interpreting the ultimate Guide. While Sunni perceives such entity to still be born into the human Earth, the Shiite upholds their belief that such image has already existed and will return in due and perfect time.
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Regardless of the differences that these two sects possess, Islam followers are known to inculcate in them the true and vital lessons that comes their God, Allah.
 
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Sunnis are the largest denomination in Islam, comprising about eighty five percent of all Muslims. Their difference with the minority Shia (or Shiite) Muslims arose soon after Muhammad's death, when a conflict arose over who his successor should be. The Sunnis believe that the first four caliphs—Muhammad's successors—rightfully took his place as the leaders of Muslims. They recognize the heirs of the four caliphs as legitimate religious leaders.

Difference Between Sunni and Shiite

Over the many countries that comprise the world, it is basically filled with great stories of history, culture and religion. Paying particular attention to religion, there are many kinds of religion that have come to exist. Ranging from Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism and Islam, the lattermost is deemed to be one of the dominant types. Islam is one religion that has evidently paved the way for faith and religion to be adequately lived by. Since Islam is composed of a number of followers, a distinct division has been established over the course of time of its existence. Two sects that make up the Islamic faith are the Sunni and the Shiite.

Over the gradual discovery of such Islamic sects, it has been discovered that Sunni and Shiite have a basic disparity in leadership perceptions[1]. Followers and believers of the Sunni Islamic sect live by the major principle of endowing and entrusting the faith a person highly skilled in leadership. Shiite followers, on the other hand, believes on the principle that only those selected and blessed by the Allah are the individual ever rightful to take the critical responsibility of leading the people in faith.

In this light, it can be further implied that Sunni bears no designation from the Islam prophet, Muhammad whereas Shiite is known to have predestined rulers of the religion. Apart from that, Sunni and Shiite also bear discrepancy in interpreting the ultimate Guide. While Sunni perceives such entity to still be born into the human Earth, the Shiite upholds their belief that such image has already existed and will return in due and perfect time.

Regardless of the differences that these two sects possess, Islam followers are known to inculcate in them the true and vital lessons that comes their God, Allah.
  1. [http://www.knowswhy.com/is-islam-compatible-with-the-u-s-constitution/ Islam is not compatible with US Constitution].