All of these religions present cult/worship places, generally accepted as temples. A Christian temple is called a church and is a place where God “touches” people. They come to pray and for sin forgiving. They have to admit their sins in order for them to be forgiven. The same thing happens in a Buddhist temple, the only difference is that the temple is a place for meditation and not praying, people came here to place offerings and to develop friendly relations. Hebrew temples known as synagogues are also places for offerings, prayer and worshiping school. The synagogue has also an educational value, teaching young men. A mosque is a Muslim temple. It is a place where adepts come to pray and to worship God (Allah).
Way of seing other religions
In Islam, Christianity and Judaism there are forms of spiritual beings, grouped as demons or angels. God created spiritual beings to help Him in His task. Some of them, leaded by Lucifer (Satan) were expelled from Heaven because they didn’t listen to God. In Buddhism, there are also other forms of beings but they can are just alternate transformations of a human.
Confession of sins is a very important ritual in every tradition - this emphasis on honesty and responsibility for ones actions as common values.
In the Name of religion, many terrible deeds were done. Jews fought wars as a nation against those who stood against there union as a country. From the 6th until the 13th century, in Christianity, there are the Crusades, military campaigns that had the mission to conquer again Jerusalem (where the tomb of Christ is), under Muslim control then. Some actions gave a dark shadow over the Church: persecutions against Jews, Crusades with their plunders and murders, Inquisition’s courts, tortures against heretics. Some Muslims now proclaim war in the name of their religion, and many terrible acts were done against people of other confessions
So you see, every religion is similar…Even though they say they are different. The only difference is that of mentality and of the religious rulers, the ones who affect the knowledge and way of thinking of their people.