In the beginning, the Jews accepted Muhammad because they had “similar beliefs and teaching”(Emerick. P.194). The both religions revered Abraham and taught about Moses, Saul, David and Solomon. Although Judaism and Islam shared similar issues: the peace that was against idatry”(Emerick. P.194). Judaism believes there God is one God who cannot be made up of parts; Islam embraces an immaterial, invisible God, one to be intensely feared in his omnipotence. Many of the Jewish leaders became every upset and thought of ways to discredit Muhammad. The Jewish leaders denounced Muhammad and said, he “couldn’t be a true prophet because he was an Arab and therefore, he couldn’t be one of the chosen by God”.