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Islam has more or less re-apportioned Jewish and Christian prophets as Islamic prophets and argues that all of these prophets are part of a larger Islamic prophetic tradition. As a result, most of these prophets are highly regarded, but their message in the Qur'anic narrative may be different from that in the Biblical narrative.

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The Muslims regard the Prophets as real, but they believe that the Jews have misunderstood the words of the Hebrew Bible. Some even believe the words of the Hebrew Bible were written down incorrectly. One of the key differences between the Muslim view of the Hebrew prophets and the Jewish and Christian view of these people is that the prophets in Islam are sinless people who never erred in judgment. The Jews and Christians have numerous episodes in the Bible where the prophets commit sin or make errors (such as Lot's act of incest, Moses' initial refusal to speak to Pharaoh, and David's intentional murder of Uriah to get Bathsheba). Islam rejects all of these stories.


Christian Answer:Yeshua, Maschiach of and Redeemer of Israel. The Office of the Chief Prophet of the People of Israel is one of the three Offices that constitutes the final "Maschiach" of Israel.Jewish Answer:Jewish tradition does not view any one person as a leader of all the prophets.


It is obligatory on each Muslim to believe in all the Prophets of Almighty Allah. Hazrat Abraham (AS) is the Imam of all- the Leader. He built the Ka'aba where the Muslims perform Hajj in the manner described by Hazrat Abraham (AS). Hazrat Moses (AS) is the prophet who has been mentioned in the Qur'an many times at many places in many contexts. Hazrat Jesus Christ (AS) and his mother Hazrat Mary (Maryam) have also been mentioned in the Qur'an.


From a Jewish point of view:It means they have abandoned their Jewish faith for a different faith.From a Christian point of view:It refers to a Jewish person who converted to Christianity and may (or may not) still identify as a Jew.


Islam teaches that Jesus was a real, historical person but does not accept all his teachings or the Christian view that Jesus was the Son of God. In fact, Islam is largely based on an interpretation of the Christian Bible and Hebrew scriptures, so the Hebrew prophets have a place in Islam as well.


Muslims view God as the one and only one God with no partner, no son, no father, no companion, no associate, and no equivalence. Refer to question below for God names and attributes. Muslims view Jesus as one of the 5 greatest prophets (namely: Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad; peace be upon them all). Refer to related question below.


ANSWERWell the Jews might not all agree, but the Jewish religion is definitely closer to the Christian religion than Islam. The Moslems worship the false god Allah. The Jews believe in the same God as Christians, but as a group have not yet accepted Christ as the Messiah, although some Jews have. Answer:Lets put it together in a chart (from an outsiders point of view) comparing various aspects and beliefs of each religion: Mankind descended from Adam: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YUses old testament prophets: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas ten commandments: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas one god: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas a heaven: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YBelieves they alone are right: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas supernatural beings (angels etc.): Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas miracles: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YInfo direct from god: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YHas existence of Jesus: Jewish(Coming someday), Christian Y, Islamic YJesus is divine: Jewish N, Christian Y, Islamic NOrdered to convert others: Jewish N, Christian Y, Islamic YWilling to kill members of one or both of the other religions: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YClaims supportable by science: Jewish N, Christian N, Islamic NMost believers pleasant people: Jewish Y, Christian Y, Islamic YIt would seem that all three are very similar with no clear closest relation


The Christian view is that Jesus was not a prophet, he was the son of God. In Islam, both Jesus and Muhammad are considered prophets.


JudaismModern Judaism does not have pilgrimages. However, even if it did, Rome is of no religious significance for Judaism. Islam viewMuslims don't go to Rome for pilgrimage. They go to Mecca (or Makkah); and its vicinties; in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.


According to the view held by most Muslims, virtually all of the prophets mentioned in the Hebrew bible with the exception of Moses, and prophets sent all over the world. The "they killed their prophets" is a very common accusation against religious Jews in the world of Islam, hence Judaism is viewed as a corrupt version of Islam.



The rabbi is a leader in the Jewish community especially from a religious point of view. They are like a pastor or preacher of none Jewish christian religions. They have the ability to make rulings on matters of Jewish law.


No, Islam as known today originated in Arabia in the city Mecca. Buddhism is the religion with a large modern following that originated in India From the Islamic point of view, however, Islam originated with the life of the Adam of Genesis., Muslims believe that all prophets mentioned in the Koran , and the old Testament, as well as Jesus and Mohammad, were Muslims and their religion was Islam. Even original followers of the Prophets were Muslims .


Quran, Muslims holy book, calls followers of Christianity and Judaism as 'people of the book'. Muslims believe in the holy books of Christianity and Judaism (Bible and Torah) and believe in the prophets of the two religions (Moses and Jesus).


Muslims viewChristians altered the original message of their prophets in calling for worshiping God as the one and only one God with no partner, no son, no companion, no associate, and no equivalence and some of them claimed that Jesus is son of God and others claimed that Aliazer is son of God. Muslims do not believe that God has a son. Refer to question below.Jewish ViewAs Christianity was based on the rejection of Judaism, the two religions have virtually nothing in common. The closest commonality would be that the Christian Old Testament was based on the Tanach (Jewish Bible) but the OT was altered to support the teachings of Christianity.In truth, Judaism and Islam have far more in common with each other than Judaism does with Christianity.


The Jewish Bible is called 'Tanach'. The word Tanach is an acronym made up of the names of its three sections: Torah (Teachings), Nevi'im (Prophets), K'tuvim (Writings). The Christian Old Testament was based on the Tanach, however, it was altered by the Church to support the teachings of Christianity. The majority of Jews do not view the Christian OT as a valid religious text for Jews.


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The Jews and Christians have fundamentally different views of what a Messiah should be. The Jewish view of the Messiah is that he will be a terrestrial monarch of a Jewish Kingdom on Earth and preside over the Earth in a new peaceful era. The Christian view of the Messiah is that he will be a Divine Incarnation and through his own expiation, purge all those who believe in him of their inherent and explicit sins.


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There is no Catholic restriction on Muslims entering a church or visiting the Vatican. Muslims are even allowed to pray in churches, and on at least one occasion, a Muslim has offered a prayer during mass at St. Peter's Basilica with Pope Benedict XVI. As recently as November 2014, there was a meeting of Catholics and Muslims together inside the Vatican.Generally speaking, Muslims are not forbiddent to enter Christian churches.Many christian churches will portray God artistically, something which Muslims will not do. Some imams or schools of thought may discourage Muslims from visiting Christian churches out of a concern for images that may be present (Shaana'fi).Some schools forbid Muslims to enter into the worship space of unbelievers/infidels (Hanafi), though this does not apply to Christians and Jews in most interpretations, as they are considered "People of the Book".



Answer 1No. It is holy for Muslims.Qur'an is Muslims holy book. refer to question below.Answer 2No. The Qur'an is the holy book of Islam. Jews do not believe that Mohammed prophesied and therefore the Qur'an has little relevance to Jews. (This would be similar to how the Christians view the Hindu Vedas.) The Jewish Holy Books are comprised of the Torah and the remainder of the Jewish Bible or Masoretic Old Testament.


All the prophets in the Old Testament are revered and studied by both Christians and Hebrew people. Sometimes other religions will borrow from the prophets of the Old Testament but they do not deem the Bible as being authoritative like Judaism and Christianity does. Islamic and Jewish tradition view Jesus as a prophet. Christianity sees him as a part of the holy trinity.


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