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Submitted by ahmad zafire (United States), Jul 10, 2006 at 23:40

To answer your question..Yes!. Muslims pray to the same G-d Jews and Christians pray too. While jews pray to G-d only so do muslims. Judaisim and Islam is much of the same far as worship and lifestyles. Muslims and jews have certain foods we have to each kosher or halal meaning blessed. Muslim also believe in what jews dont. Muslim believe in jesus and his virgin birth, the second coming of christ and the day of judgement. Muslims are allowed to pray any where anyplace or house of G-d. Right now islam is going through a turn point and maybe at the apex of the faith.

Just as judaisim and christanity reformed, islam will too...

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