The Followers of Abrahamic Religions in Islamic Doctrine


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An Insight into the Islamic Culture & Thought

“Say, “We believe in God and what has been sent down upon us, and in what was sent down upon Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, and the descendants, and in what Moses, Jesus, and the prophets were given from their Lord. We make no distinction among any of them, and unto Him we submit.” (Holy Quran 2:85)


• How do Muslims view the relationship between Islam and the other Abrahamic religions, especially Judaism and Christianity?

• How do Muslims interpret the differences and similarities between the scriptures and teachings of the Abrahamic religions, such as the Torah, the Gospel, and the Quran?

• How do Muslims deal with the historical and contemporary conflicts and dialogues between the followers of the Abrahamic religions, especially in the Middle East?

• How do Muslims understand and practice the concept of religious tolerance in relation to the Abrahamic religions?

Authors / Editors


Maryam al-Sadat Mousavi



S. Mostafa S. Rezazadeh



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