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Unit 11.1: Modern Islam - Shia and Sunni
Transcript of Unit 11.1: Modern Islam - Shia and Sunni
He, his family and the government are associated with Alawites, which is an offshoot of Shia. Sunnis are the majority in Syria. The ongoing conflict there, many argue, is the epitome of the Sunni-Shia conflict. There are various Sunni- or Shia- supporting groups (such as Muslim Brotherhood, Sunni) that have interests in the region.
Victory on the side of the government or the rebels will have effects far beyond Syria's borders Two significant powers, Saudi Arabia and Iran, have vested interests because: Sunni Shia