Talk:Imamate

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disambiguation[edit]

The word Imamah literally means "leadership" and is not only referring to Shi'a doctrine, regardless of what the Imamah article says (it's a mess right now).

Imamate refers to the position of leadership following Muhammad, specific to the Shi'a.

Striver, would you care to comment? You reverted my last edit. Cuñado Bahaitemplatestar.png - Talk 01:39, 12 March 2006 (UTC)