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Sikhism 'blended' the beliefs of Islam and Hinduism.

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I'm not sure if this is the actual reason, but I think it is because Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, his parents came from two different religions: Hinduism and Islam. Guru Nanak didn't want to follow any of those religions, so he founded Sikhism and followed his own religion.


Common beliefs are "One Supreme God" , Peace. Always do good, help those in need.


Some certainly did and converted to Islam. However, those Jews who remain Jews will accept the right for Muslims to profess Islam, but will consider those views incorrect for themselves.


Sikhism is a religion so of course it is not importent to those of other religeon.


There are two major groups of individuals who do not accept Islam as their religion. 1) Those who have a different religion whose values they hold and are willing to defend. 2) Those who reject all forms of supernatural beliefs.


Islaam regards the Bible as a holy book, as well as the Q'rahn and Torah. As such, the basic beliefs are those of the Old Testament.


This is not a problem unique to Islam. If you do not tolerate and accept difference in society, this will necessarily lead to conflict between those who adhere to the dominant view and those who do not, because people will not accept others forcibly changing or repressing their beliefs.


It is a monotheistic religion that is based in Punjab, India.Sikhism is a monotheistic religion. It was founded in the 15th century by Guru Nanak. Those that adhere to Sikhism are known as Sikhs.


Judaism came from the same place as Christianity. Islam came from the same place as Christianity. Buddhism, Hinduism, and Sikhism came from modern day India. Those are the big ones.


The answer to this question is NO. Even though many Muslim believe in some superstitions, but those are strictly cultural and traditional beliefs and usually they are from Pre- Islamic Era.


Those who believe, those who don't believe, and those who believe and don't believe.


because it's the latest religion, and Jewdisim and Christianity has been led to distortion, they changed a lot of rules and religious beliefs, they practically twisted everything the whole holly books has been misrepresented. While Islam remained the same. Not to mention Islams has amazing and peaceful beliefs you should look it up!


Those who belong to the Islamic faith practice it every minute of the day. They pray five times a day as they face Mecca. They are a religious people who are true to their beliefs.


Muslims are the people who believed in Islam.


Muhammad initially preached Islam by telling his friends and relatives about his new religion. Thereafter he was ordered to preach openly and so he started to procliam his religion publicly. He then used to go to market place and ask the people there to listen to his theory and beliefs and embrace Islam. Many people accepeted Islam in this way. And those who did accept Islam then went on to tell their friends about their religion and thus the religion spread.


First of all, Islam is a religion, and there are no such things as "Islams." Muslims are followers of Islam. And yes, of course Muslims have a belief system. Islam is considered to be one of the Abrahamic Religions, the others being Christianity and Judaism. The beliefs of Muslims are actually quite similar to those of Christians and Jews. So the short answer is yes.


Eeman-i-Mujmal and Eeman-i-Mufassal describe the basic beliefs of Islam. Apart from those, there are many statements in the Holy Qur'an which describe Islam, in my opinion the following describe Islam in the best way: Sura Al-Ana'am-06, Verse: 162: Say, " Indeed, my prayer, and my service of Sacrifice, my life and my death, are for Almighty Allah, (Rabb) the Cherisher of all the Worlds. 163: There is no Partner to Him, That is what I have been Commanded and I am the first of those who surrender to His Will.


I'm not sure that Wikianswers is the right venue for your question in the manner in which it's presently worded. Each religion will, of course, point to their own beliefs.Rather, you might want to post the question reworded specifically, in every one of the subcategories of religions: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, etc., and read the answers posted by those who are knowledgeable in each of them, to at least get a picture of what each religion says for itself.


Dar-al-Islam means "the Dominion of Islam" and refers to those countries who are majority-Muslim.


The only belief that all of these religions have in common is that there is an ethical way to live life. Not all of them ascribe to a supernatural and those that do have a very different view of the supernatural from one another. Not all of them have have a set of rituals for believers and those that do have a very different set of belief rituals from one another. Some are tribal/ethnic religions while others are universal.


I'm not sure that Wikianswers is the right venue for your question in the manner in which it's presently worded. Each religion will, of course, point to their own beliefs.Rather, you might want to post the question reworded specifically, in every one of the subcategories of religions: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism, etc., and read the answers posted by those who are knowledgeable in each of them, to at least get a picture of what each religion says for itself.


Both Christianity and Islam originated from Judaism. Because Jesus is not considered to be the Messiah is orthodox teachings those who followed him, such as his disciples, were not thought of as Jews anymore, and therefore became Christians, hence the start of Christianity. Islam was created by Mohammad and he took parts of Christianity and Judaism as well as his own ideas to come up with Islam.


Ghana's Kings did not practice both religions at the same time. They first practiced local traditional religions and when Islam arrived in Ghana, they converted to Islam, but kept some distinctive touches from their traditional religions. They did not start as Muslims since Islam had not reached them yet. They converted to Islam because they were convinced it was correct. They kept small touches of their original religion out of loyalty to their history, culture, and those Ghanians who had not converted to Islam.


there are 73 denominstions of islam,sonna,shiaa,doroz,alawiyya,fatimiyya...etc those are the main denominstions of islam


what exactly is your question?



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