I find it halarious that Islam can believe all their crap and then come back and say the belief of christianity is a false belief.
It's all fairy tales to begin with. Saying, "My fairy tale is real and your's isn't," is, well, rediculously funny.
I have come to observe, in a lot of cases, (being married to a catholic and being friends to several jewish people,) that religion is sometimes more about who a person is rather than what they believe. More of a tradition. More of a culture than a belief.
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It's GREAT to be me. --- "45% liberal/55% conservative"
Diplomacy is the art of saying 'nice doggy" until you can find a gun.
Though they can have common beliefs too. The big three are built on the previous ones. Christians believe in the Old Testament. Muslims beleive in their own version of the Old Testament, plus some of the New Testament. Jesus is one of the prophets of Islam. Depicting an image of Jesus is also forbidden by Islam for that reason, though you don't see any of them getting all murderous over it.