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Islam worships God, not any prophets

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Submitted by Mariam (United States), Dec 26, 2014 at 10:45

Anything, Islam is all about monotheism and is along with Judaism the most monotheistic faith. We believe and cherish Mary and Jesus, Joseph, Moses, but do not worship them, but the higher power. Read the quotes in the bible about Jesus worshipping god and only god. His last words before crucifixion were " oh god ,oh god, why have thrust forsaken me." The clearly reveals he was not god! Also. On bible he stares to worship god, not a man.

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