AN ISLAMIC ARAB: What's the difference between a Muslim and an Islamic, or is there a difference? — Getting Educated, Email
We're all taking crash courses in the religion and culture of the Middle East. There is a difference between Islamic and Muslim. Islam is the religion practiced by Muslims. The term Islamic is an adjective describing those things having to do with the religion of Islam.
For instance, an Arab who professes a faith in Christ would be a Christian Arab. Another Arab who worshipped in a mosque would be an Islamic Arab.
Islam is a faith that teaches there is one supreme god, Allah, and the chief prophet is Mohammed.
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