Islam does happen to be one of the founding religions that developed out of Judaism which is perhaps why there is a defining similarity between all the religions in the world, specifically with Judaism, Christianity, and the Muslims religion as well. One summary of an interview is included in this research that has been carried out with an individual who is a follower of the Islamic religion. The conclusion of the research shows that while there is always going to exist some characteristics that are comparable to Christianity; the Islamic religion is very opposite in many, many ways. ...
It is a unique book in the way that it remained unchanged till the present time for over 14 centuries and according to the teachings of Islam, it is the last message of God. In addition to these concepts of Holy Scriptures of Islam, there is also Shariah which is known as the sacred law of Islam (Ammar 1997). It sets out the way of worship prescribed in Qur'an and Prophet's practice of life. It encompasses the whole human life; individual and social.
In Islam there are worships that every Muslim is required to practice in their entire lives in order to be near God during the afterlife period (Godlas 2006). Practices in Islam are generally called the five pillars of Islam. However, without faith, these required practices are not enough to be a true Muslim, not according to the sacred laws of Islam (Ammar 1997). First of all, a Muslim should have faith in Allah, his angels such as Gabriel and Michael, his messengers such as Moses, Jesus and Mohammad, his books such as the true New Testament, true Torah and in the Qur'an. Moreover, a devoted Muslim should have faith in last day or judgment day and divine preordainments good or bad. After having faith in these six articles, a Muslim is required to practice the five pillars of Islam. These practices are;
Repeating Shahada: Every Muslim or person who decides to convert to Islam should repeat the statement, "There is no God but God and Mohammad is the prophet of God."
Salat or Obligatory Prayer: This practice involves confession of sins which begins with the purification of body and ends with the purification of the soul. It is practiced five times a day; between dawn and sunrise, at noon, in late afternoon, immediately after sunset and at night before midnight. Worshippers pray facing