In a video from Afghanistan, showing a suicide bombing, the Jihadi warrior, who is about to trade his miserable life on Earth and buy himself into paradise, through cold blooded murder, is asked what his final message to his brothers is. He responds by saying that he prays to All-h that they will forgive him, because he MAY have wronged one of them.
That a Muslim spoke like this does not surprise me a bit, because this is how you ask for forgiveness in Islam. During Islamic prayer, a Muslim will say "Rabbi Ighfirli Warhamni", meaning "O my L-rd, forgive me." This is followed by a moment of silence and tranquility, whereupon the Muslim feels forgiven, for whatever sins he MAY have committed.
Though this may seem simple and convenient to the Muslim, how can you really be sorry for a sin you haven’t acknowledged, much less be forgiven for it? Does anyone see the problem here? This means that one can commit awful sins everyday, be forgiven for it the same or following day and be considered a good Muslim all your life, as long as you just pray 5 times a day.
Since you don’t have to acknowledge or be specific about what you’re asking forgiveness for, you can repeat the sin as often as you want, without ever feeling you’re deceiving G-d.
To illustrate my point further, a Christian who has wronged somebody and is conscious about it and genuinely sorry, would go to church and confess his sin. Since he has pinpointed the exact sin committed and confessed, he cannot keep repeating the same sin over and over again, and act like he’s genuinely sorry. G-d will always know if he’s lying or telling the truth. By contrast, the Muslim plays it safe by not confessing his sins and therefore can never be accused by G-d of not being sincerely regretful.