In terms of how we are to treat each other, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity (the 3 Abrahamic religions) are very similar. People are to be treated kindly and with respect, the poor are to be helped. In regards to punishment for crimes or trespasses, they are quite different. Buddhism believes in total non-violence, even for criminals.
In terms of religuos pratice and beliefs, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity are completely different. While the 3 Abrahamic religions believe in a single god that reigns over the realms of Earth, Heaven and Hell, Buddhists do not beleive in any eternal god or eternal afterlife. We believe that there are different realms a person can attain, some good, some not so good in reaction to their actions (karma). Persons will not spend eternity in these realms but will be reborn into a realm fitting their karma (actions).
Islam and Buddhism share many things in common ZenBuddhism and Sufism: an interreligious encounter by M. Massoudi is an excellent article that sheds light on how the theology of Zen and Sufism (a branch of Islam) are similar in their setup
No Islam and Buddhism are two fundamentally different religions.
They are all organized religions.
They are no where near alike, The only thing they have in common is a religion.
Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, animism and Islam.
In Islam, there is arranged marriage. In Buddhism, I am not sure but the traditional ways I believe is also the same because back then, traditional marriage was very common.
I don't think anyone practices both Islam and Buddhism
#1 Christianity #2 Islam #3 Hinduism #4 Buddhism
Buddhism, although Islam and Hinduism are also quite common.
Same religion ( Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism,Hinduism, and Islam