All Muslims believe the Qur'an is error-free, but they differ on how to apply the Sunnah in order to interpret and understand the Qur'an.
the famous [[Sufi]] and [[Sunni]] scholar, compared this process to handling oysters - their outside surface is uninteresting, but if you open one, then you are immediately rewarded by the beautiful mother of pearl and the edible morsel for spiritual and physical gratification. If you continue opening oysters, you are more likely to find a pearl. If you continue collecting pearls, you are more likely to find a black pearl.
In other words, following the '''Qur'an and Sunnah''' is not a Sunni-specific doctrine; it is followed by both Shi'a and Sunnis
===Pandangan Ahli Al-Quran===
There is a small minority of so-called [[Qur'an only]] muslims who do not believe in Sunnah as an element of Islam.