Judaism and 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

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