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"Ninety per cent of what the Christians believe, I also, a Muslim, believe."
-- from this article quoting a Muslim taxi-driver
1. This is untrue. There is almost no overlap between Christianity and Islam, Judaism and Islam. The seeming overlap derives from an optical illusion: the appropriation, and distortion, of figures -- Moses, Jesus, and of course many of those in the Biblical stories -- important in Judaism and Christianity, who are then claimed for Islam, is not the same thing as "believing" 90% of "what the Christians believe."
Do Muslims believe that Christ is the Son of God? No. Do they believe anything like the message, or the meaning, contained in the sayings and parables of Christ? No. What is it, then, that constitutes that "ninety percent of what the Christians believe I also, a Muslim, believe"? That they are told that Christ, like so many other figures in pre-Islamic history, is a figure to be taken over, and "honored" even if he is now the very different Muslim Jeus and nothing like the Christian Christ? It's all nonsense.
And of course, one needs to remind oneself that, chimpanzees and men have a genetic makeup that is -- what? -- 98%, 99% identical. But it's that last 2% or 1% of difference that makes all the difference.