RoP: D mentions that "the chief muftis and qadis of the Muslim states...and their senior subordinates" receive the Commanding Aura. Yet "chief mufti" is not usually "conferred" by anyone (particularly the caliph...), it's a measure of high Reputation, and Islam does not in fact have a formal Senior Clergy. Which leads me to a dilemma for dealing with the Commanding Aura of Islamic clerics.
Should Islamic muftis get Commanding Aura at all, and if so, should it be a factor of Reputation and skill in Theology and Islamic Law rather than a specific office? Or am I sniffing down the wrong path?
This question may also be applied to Judaism, since the rules for Commanding Aura mention "chief rabbis," but again, no Jewish senior clergy or rules for same.