Although eyes those who have sufficiently satisfied the

Although each two have many
similarities, all of them together have many similarities. For example, the
idea, which developed initially within Judaism and then was subsequently
inherited by both Christianity and Islam, is that there will come a day when
God will collectively raise from the dead every person who has ever lived, and
then individually pronounce divine judgment upon every living soul.  All who are deemed adequately righteous in
God’s eyes those who have sufficiently satisfied the necessary divine criteria
will enjoy eternal bliss in heaven. Conversely, all whom God deems unrighteous
are judged and sentenced accordingly; those who are found irredeemably guilty
of having failed to meet the divinely mandated minimum standards (conceived
differently by different religions, but required for entry into paradise) will
instead suffer eternal torment in hell (cite 6). Also, they all believe in a
“Holy Book” in Christianity it is the bible, in Islam it is the
Quran, and in Judaism for Jews it is the Torah. Abraham is unique in the
history of religions in that he is claimed as the father of three of them,
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Abraham it was who was the first to practice
the worship of one God. Finally, each faith has its own place of worship, for
Christians our place of worship is a church who pray together on Sundays. For
Muslims, a mosque is the place of worship along with Kaaba. For Muslims, the
Kaaba is extremely important, for example when Muslims pray during the day they
face Kaaba in Mecca, as Dr. Qazi said “five times a day we stop and pray
in the direction of Mecca, they even have an app now that tells us which way to
face.”  They meet on Fridays as
their holy day of worship. For Jews the place of worship is a synagogue. Jews
meet on Saturdays as their holy day of worship. 
All three have places of worship and they all have a holy city. Their
holy city is Jerusalem.  In many ways,
all of our religions have similarities and are connected. Some in the tinniest
way and some in clear ways, but in the end we all have similarities.