Shia Islam

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Imam Ali Mosque ha Najaf, Iraq, kun diin hi Ali, an siyahan nga Shī‘ah Imam ginlubong.

An Shia Islam amo an ikaduha nga gidadako-i nga denominasyon han Islam, sunod ha Sunni Islam.

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