59 Male circumcision is a widespread practice and considered mandatory for Muslim males according to sunnah. 60 Muslim scholars disagree whether any authentic Sunnah in the hadiths supports the practice of female circumcision. The Ijma, or consensus of Muslim scholars, varies by the Islamic jurisprudence ( report fiqh ) on whether circumcision is optional, honorable or obligatory for Muslim male and females. Note 1 Prominent Islamic scholars have both supported and opposed fgm/C for female muslims. 64 65 note 1 note 2 food edit Islam has Quranic restrictions on food, such as how the meat is prepared. 69 Halal meat is required in Islam, prepared by ritual slaughter that involves cutting the jugular veins of the animal with a sharp knife. This leads to death, through bleeding, of the animal.
54 Muslim men, as well as women, must dress modestly. For Muslim women, it is highly recommended to cover their hair. Muslim women are required to cover body in public, 55 with some Islamic scholars stating that the Islamic Hadiths require covering the face too. 56 57 Islam encourages gender segregation in public, and Muslim men and women do not usually mix in public places such as mosques. These restrictions are part of ' adab '. 53 Circumcision edit further information: Khitan (circumcision) and Religious views on female genital mutilation sikhism does not require circumcision of either males or females, and criticizes the practice. 58 In Islam, no verse in the quran supports male or female circumcision (FGM/C).
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43 view on other religions edit sikhism teaches that all religious traditions are valid, leading to the same waheguru, and it rejects that any particular religion has a monopoly regarding absolute truth for all of humanity. 44 Islam teaches that non-Islamic religious traditions have been distorted by man to suit their desires. 45 46 Predestination edit Islam believes in predestination, or divine preordainment ( al-qadā wa l-qadar god has full knowledge and control over all that occurs. 47 48 According to Islamic tradition, all that has been decreed by god is written in al-Lawh al-Mahfūz, the "Preserved Tablet". 49 full citation needed sikhism also believes in predestination, and what one does, speaks and hears is already pre ordained, and one has to simply follow the laid down path per God's fiat or hukum. 50 Practice edit Grooming and dress edit The Khalsa panth among sikhs are guided by the five.
They keep their head hair long ( kesh ) and men wear turbans (head hair cover) Women may also wear a turban by their choice. They carry a wooden comb, wear an iron bracelet, wear a cotton underwear, and carry a kirpan (steel sword). 51 Non baptized sikh women are free to dress as they wish in sikhism. Sex segregation is not required in public places or sikh temples by sikhism. 52 statement Muslim males are encouraged to grow their beards and trim the moustache. 53 Men in some muslim communities wear turban (head cap).
35 The sikhism founder Guru nanak adopted the Indic ideas on rebirth, and taught the ideas of reincarnation. 35 Adi Granth of sikhism recognizes and includes spiritual wisdom from other religions. 8 36 page needed Islam warns against wrongful innovation ( bidah ) to what is revealed in the quran and the hadiths. 8 Islam considers itself to be a perfect and final religion. 36 It warns against innovation ( bidah ) to what is revealed in the quran and the hadiths.
8 It considers other religions and non-believers in Islam as wrongly guided and infidels. 36 37 Islam does not recognize and accept spiritual wisdom from other religions. 8 37 38 Islam believes in miracles and a final judgment day ( qiyama ). 39 Islam believes that there are severe punishments in the afterlife ( akhirah ) for those who do not submit to god, who refuse or reject Islamic teachings, calling them kafir and infidels. Sikhism does not preach or accept this view of those who are not sikhs. Apostasy edit Apostasy, that is abandonment of Islam by a muslim and conversion to another religion or atheism, is a religious crime in Islam punishable with death. 30 42 According to the hadiths, states John Esposito, leaving Islam is punishable by "beheading, crucifixion or banishment and Sharia (Islamic legal code) traditionally has required death by the sword for an adult sane male who voluntarily leaves Islam. 30 However, adds Esposito, modern thinkers have argued against execution as penalty for apostasy from Islam by invoking Quranic verse 2:257. 30 sikhism allows freedom of conscience and apostasy.
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28 Guru and Messengers edit writing sikhism reveres the ten human Gurus of sikhs, but accepts that there were many divine messengers, including Krishna, moses, jesus and Mohammed in other religions. 5 Islam believes that before muhammad there were many messengers of God, muhammad was the last messenger, and Quran was the last revelation to the last prophet. 7 29 Duties/Articles of faith edit The five pillars of Islam are duties incumbent on essay every muslim. These duties are Shahada (testimony that "There is no god but God and Muhammad is the messenger of God 30 Salat (prayers zakat (giving of Alms sawm ( Fasting during Ramadan ) and Hajj (pilgrimage to mecca ). These five practices are essential to sunni Islam ; Shi'a muslims subscribe to eight ritual practices which substantially overlap with the five pillars. 31 32 The three duties of sikhs are naam Japna (meditating on Waheguru's name kirat Karni (earn honest living) and Vand Chakna (sharing one's earning with others). 33 Social beliefs edit sikhism has an ambivalent attitude towards miracles and rejects any form of discrimination within and against other religions. 34 34 sikhism does not believe in rituals, but is permissive of traditions. 8 sikhism rejects asceticism and celibacy.
For refusing to convert to Islam, and for opposing the persecution of sikhs and Hindus. Some sources contest such a historical rendition. 25 Contents homework Comparison edit belief edit god edit sikhism believes that God is formless ( nirankar ). 5 26 It has been called a form of pantheism, 6 as well as monotheism. 5 Islam believes in one god with Muhammad as his last messenger. It denies other gods, and is strictly monotheistic ( tawīd ). 27 28 This Islamic doctrine is a part of its Shahada.
mandatory for eligible muslims. 9 Baptized sikhs read the five banis (prayers) as part of their daily routine, nitnem. Islam requires annual zakah (alms giving) by muslims, while sikhism encourages alms giving but does not compel. 10 Kirat Karna (doing an honest livelihood - earning honestly without any sort of corruption naam Japna (to praise, read and follow "The One and Vand Chhako (Selfless service (Sewa) and sharing with others) are fundamental to sikhism given by guru nanak dev. Pilgrimage (to mecca) is a crucial part of Islam, while sikhism denounces pilgrimages, circumcision and rituals. 11 There has been a history of constructive influence and conflict between Islam and sikhism. The sikh scripture guru Granth Sahib includes teachings from two mystics of a muslim background namely saints ( Kabir, bhagat Farid ). In contrast, of total 10 sikh gurus, last six gurus were persecuted by mughal rulers, two gurus - guru Arjan and Guru tegh Bahadur - were tortured and executed for refusing to convert to Islam, 19 20 children of Guru gobind Singh were killed,.
4, according to salafi muslims, god's attributes are distinct and separate from his creation. Muhammad was the last prophet, to whom the. Quran was revealed by god in the 7th century. Its primary sources of dubai teachings come from the. Quran, which Muslims believe is the word of God, and the. Sunnah, the life examples and practices of the prophet. 7, sikhism was founded in the 15th century. Guru nanak and the, guru Granth Sahib is the scripture followed by sikhs as "The living Guru".
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Islam is an, abrahamic religion founded in the Arabian peninsula, while. Sikhism is a, dharmic religion founded in the, indian subcontinent. Islam means "submission" (to the will of God). 1 2, the word. Sikh is derived from a sanskrit word meaning 'disciple or one who learns. 3, both religions are monotheistic. Sufi muslims and, sikhs believe that the 'one' creator permeates the creation. 4 5 6, salafi muslims on the other hand disagree. Sufi muslims differ from sikhs in that they believe that God manifests his attributes, namely the 99 names or attributes of God through creation.