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Judaism and Islam are two of the world's oldest [[Abrahamic]] faiths. They have many interesting similarities and differences. Both began in the [[Middle East]], and each is associated with a major historical figure: [[Moses]] for [[Judaism]], and [[Muhammad]] for [[Islam]].
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'''Judaism and Islam''' are two of the world's oldest [[Abrahamic]] faiths. They have many interesting similarities and differences. Both began in the [[Middle East]], and each is associated with a major historical figure: [[Moses]] for [[Judaism]], and [[Muhammad]] for [[Islam]].
  
 
==Holy Days==
 
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In both religions, a holy day (including the Jewish [[Sabbath]]) begins at sundown the day before.  
 
In both religions, a holy day (including the Jewish [[Sabbath]]) begins at sundown the day before.  
  
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Revision as of 09:54, 13 July 2016

Judaism and Islam are two of the world's oldest Abrahamic faiths. They have many interesting similarities and differences. Both began in the Middle East, and each is associated with a major historical figure: Moses for Judaism, and Muhammad for Islam.

Holy Days

In both religions, a holy day (including the Jewish Sabbath) begins at sundown the day before.