The beliefs and practices of Christianity and Muslims

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The beliefs and practices of Christianity and Muslims

  • For Muslims Friday is their Holy day, It’s not all day of rest, but one of obligatory worship, held on noon.
  • Muslims have 2 main festivals to celebrate Eid Al-Fitr and Eid Al-Adha.

Eid Al Fitr: This comes after the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims spend the month fasting so they celebrate that they have accomplished this form of worship.

Eid Al Adha: This is the day when prophet Ibrahim was ordered by ALLAH to sacrifice his son Ismael to prove his faith and just as both father and son were about to  the order, ALLAH relieved them of it (having both proved their faith). This also coincides with the rituals of Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca (Haj).

Christian people celebrate Christmas because celebrates the birth of  and also Christmas is a time to enjoy the blessings of a year gone by.  

  • Muslims only use their right hand to eat because their left hand is considered to be dirty so they tend to not use it. For Example, cleaning them self after going to toilet.  

Muslims are tending to think that “Muslims are forbidden by God to eat the meat of the pig” and in Quran book it tells them not to have it and it says on. It is prohibited in 2:173, 5:3, 6:145 and 16:115.

Christians are allowed to eat all meats and to drink alcohol.

Muslims are not allowed to drink alcohol because it is stated in the Quran that they are banned to do and Quran’s words Muslims follow as the law.  

  • Muslims have to stick to their Dress Code because that is their religious belief and they should respect their religion as they law.
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Where in Contrast, Christian people does not have any dress code that they have to follow.

  • The Crescent is a symbol in Islam and the colour green is also very common. For Example, most of the art work (mosaics) are highly patterned and decorated which represent Muslims. However, it is forbidden to represent in living things in art.    

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