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Reader comment on item: Are Muslims Fatalists?
in response to reader comment: Judeo-Christianity teaches self-reliant free-will and personal guilt, while islam only teaches alibi-excuses.

Submitted by MIchael S (United States), Sep 24, 2015 at 05:17

HI, Vlad

I think the problems I was having were with my browser. I've switched browsers, and things seem more stable --although many of my keystrokes aren't registering. Odd.

You have asserted a lot about the basis of Islamic practices in the Qur'an. I can't address them, one way or another.

This keystroke thing is driving me buggy. Gottago.

Submitting....

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