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Common Ground is a category which highlights the numerous similarities between Islam and Christianity given than the similarities between Islam and Christianity are much more than dissimilarities in between

  • Woman Creation from Man

    Woman Creation from Man

    Woman’s presumable crookedness is not deemed a justification for woman abuse but rather a reason why she should be tolerated and treated kindly ...

  • Did Prophets Pray the Way Muslims Do?

    Did Prophets Pray the Way Muslims Do?

    Watch this video to make sure that prophets of God, including Abraham, Moses, and Jesus himself, used to pray and prostrate themselves the way Muslims do! ...

  • Hijab (Veil) between the Bible and the Qur’an

    Hijab (Veil) between the Bible and the Qur’an

    Hijab was made incumbent by all divine messages, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Hijab used to be worn by female believers in all divine messages ...

  • Honoring Widows

    Honoring Widows

    As a matter of fact, all divine religions order honoring widows and prohibit oppressing them. Widow abusers are threatened with harsh punishment. Good widows are highly praised for ...

Woman Creation from Man

Woman Creation from Man

Woman’s presumable crookedness is not deemed a justification for woman abuse but rather a reason why she should be tolerated and treated kindly ...

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Did Prophets Pray the Way Muslims Do?

Did Prophets Pray the Way Muslims Do?

Watch this video to make sure that prophets of God, including Abraham, Moses, and Jesus himself, used to pray and prostrate themselves the way Muslims do! ...

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Hijab (Veil) between the Bible and the Qur’an

Hijab (Veil) between the Bible and the Qur’an

Hijab was made incumbent by all divine messages, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Hijab used to be worn by female believers in all divine messages ...

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Honoring Widows

Honoring Widows

As a matter of fact, all divine religions order honoring widows and prohibit oppressing them. Widow abusers are threatened with harsh punishment. Good widows are highly praised fo ...

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Khamr (Intoxicants) between Islam and Christianity

Khamr (Intoxicants) between Islam and Christianity

Khamr (intoxicants) is prohibited in crystal clear terms according to the Qur’an, Prophet Muhammad’s tradition and the uncorrupted parts of the Bible ...

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Fasting Across the Divine Scriptures

Fasting Across the Divine Scriptures

Fasting has special etiquette, and what is more it can be valid only if it is associated with the observance of other acts of worship and abstinence from certain prohibited acts a ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Tolerance in Christianity and Islam (2/2)<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Was Jesus More Tolerant than Prophet Muhammad?</span></p>

Tolerance in Christianity and Islam (2/2)
Was Jesus More Tolerant than Prophet Muhammad?

Though both Jesus and Prophet Muhammad showed tolerance, Jesus' preaching was seemingly peaceful for he was not capable of Jihad unlike Prophet Muhammad who was supported with for ...

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<p style='text-align:center;'>Tolerance in Christianity and Islam (1/2)<br /><span style='font-size:15px;'>Is Christianity More Tolerant than Islam?</span></p>

Tolerance in Christianity and Islam (1/2)
Is Christianity More Tolerant than Islam?

The statements of Jesus quoted by Christians to indicate to which extent Christianity shows tolerance do not constitute a Christian law but just moral and ethical commandments and ...

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Prohibition of Murder

Prohibition of Murder

It goes without saying that all divine religions prohibit murder. More than once in the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Qur’an, we find repeated condemnations of murder. ...

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Prohibition of Usury

Prohibition of Usury

The New Testament orders love even for enemies, doing good and lending money while expecting nothing in return. In return, the New Testament promises great reward. ...

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