Conclusion Judaism, Islam, and Christianity according to history started in the same region, ultimately being born from Judaism. All three were born in the Middle East, chosen by God was Abraham. Later on, Abraham descendants three male prophets were then again chosen by God tocarry his message. Muhammad wrote the Qur’an, Moses wrote the Torah, and Jesus the Bible. The question is why does these three religions that have so many things in common, focus on their differences? Thousands, of years ago people lived in the same region, traveling, and experiencing different religions was not very common. Fast forward to the world we live in today we find ourselves connected via internet and social media; being able to witness and learn from different religions. Researching to write this essay, has brought me to the conclusion that we as a humanity regardless of religion are all interconnected. In conclusion, as a society we share a common set of morals and values. One of the most common sets of moral and ethics are what we know as the Ten Commandments. Judaism, Christianity, and Muslims all follow the TenCommandments. In fact, they are also found in the Torah, Qur’an, and the Bible.