- February 18, 1999 at 12:00 am #10174
What’s the difference (if any) between being Islamic and being Muslim, and how does The Koran relate to the two? Or are they the same but just separated by geography?
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User Detail :Name : Dan31633, Age : 41, City : Tokyo, State : NA Country : Japan, May 29, 2002 at 12:00 am #39235
Those who follow the religion of Islam are called ‘Muslims’. It is an Arabic word which means those who submit, or are in peace. ‘Islamic’ is an English word derived from the word ‘Islam’ which basically means ‘like Islam, or in Islam’. A person who practices Islam will always be a Muslim, but something that is practiced by Myslims, like Hajj, is an ‘Islamic’ practice. Judaism = the religion Jews = those who follow the religion Jewish = pertaining to Jews or Judaisim Islam = the religion Muslims = those who follow the religion Islamc = pertaining to Muslims or Islam
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