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the difference between Islam and Muslims

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in response to reader comment: "Moderate" sermon from a Saudi mosque!!!-- Good job, Plato

Submitted by moderate Muslim (United States), Apr 24, 2007 at 17:42

Muslims are not infallible. Muslims commit sins, they do everyday. Islam is unblemished. It is the religion sent by God to humanity as witnessed in the Quran and the Bible as well as the Torah.

Muslims can commit sins, they do often. Some are small sins, some are large sins. Non believers commit sins too, and that is not solely because they do not believe. Islam is the religion of Moses, Abraham, Adam, Noah, Jesus, Aaron, Joseph, David, and Solomon.

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