Monday, November 27, 2006

Walid interviews "Zaydi" in Dearborn

The Zaydi school of thought is one of the three schools of jurisprudence in the Shi`ah interpretation of Islam. The Zaydi school is the Shi`ah school closest to the four Sunni schools of jurisprudence, primarily the Shafi`i school. It is also very similiar to the Ibadi school, which is the majority school of thought in Oman.

The following interview is of a Muslim from the Dix mosque in South Dearborn. The gentleman, who was interviewed is not an Imam or scholar of the Zaydi school of thought. As with most Muslims, they are born into a family that follows an particular school of thought and have not studied the basis of that school of thought.

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