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Question 1: ________, also Fatimah al-Zahraa, daughter of Muhammed (615–632), is also considered infallible but not an Imam.
Imamah (Shi'a doctrine)FatimahShia IslamAli

Question 2: History of Islamic Philosophy, Translated by Liadain Sherrard, ________.
Edmund KeeleyGiorgos SeferisConstantine P. CavafyPhilip Sherrard

Question 3: Tabatabae, Sayyid Mohammad Hosayn; ________ (translator) (1979).
Al-GhazaliSufi studiesRiaz Ahmed Gohar ShahiHossein Nasr

Question 4: It may also refer to the imams of the sciences related to ________ or to the heads of the Prophet's descendants in their times.
Islamic schools and branchesHadithShariaSunni Islam

Question 5: It is important to note that the position of the Imam is not clerical in ________-Islam
Sunni IslamAliRashidunIslamic schools and branches

Question 6: (See details under Zaidi, ________.)
History of the Southern LevantHistory of YemenHistory of IsraelHistory of Iran

Question 7: Twelver and ________ Shi'a believe that these Imams are chosen by God to be perfect examples for the faithful and to lead all humanity in all aspects of life.
Islamic theologyJa'far al-SadiqIsmailismShia Islam

Question 8: A Brief History Of The Lives Of The Twelve Imams a chapter of Shi'a Islam (book) by ________
Islamic philosophyMuhammad Husayn TabatabaeiAliShia Islam

Question 9: In the Zaidi Shiite sect, Imams were temporal as well as spiritual leaders who held power in ________ for more than a thousand years.
Saudi ArabiaYemenSomaliaUnited Arab Emirates

Question 10: An imam (Arabic: إمام plural ائمة A'immah‎, Persian: امام) is an ________ leadership position, often the leader of a mosque and the community.
MuhammadMuslim historyIslamIslamic schools and branches


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