Union of Muslim Ulama
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The union's fundamentalist line reflected its identification with the policies and objectives of Iran.
The Union of Muslim Ulama, which was unique because of its combined Sunni-Shia membership, strove to eliminate tensions between the two communities. For that reason, it organized mass rallies to propagate its views to the broadest audience possible.
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