Aedes are you sure about Islam?
Yes, I am sure. I've travelled widely in Muslim countries, I've had many Muslim friends, and I've studied the subject outside a vantage point of assumed religious superiority -- I wholeheartedly believe that a religion is as good or as bad as someone makes it, and I don't believe my religion is morally or practically superior to anyone else's. I'm not sure you'd be willing to say that.
Think about it maybe they're practices are more similar but I think Christianity is more compatable.
Compatible? From AD 622 (the year of Mohammed) up until 1947, Jews had FAR more to fear from Christians, suffered far more at their hands, and suffered repeated pogroms, forced conversions, expulsions, ghettoizations, and a genocide. Nothing like this has EVER happened to Jews living in Muslim lands, and to be sure the Jewish people lived in great numbers in Muslim Spain, Egypt, and the Middle East. In fact when the First Crusade finally reached Jerusalem, the Crusaders slaughtered the entire Jewish population of Jerusalem -- a population that had lived quite peaceably with the Muslim majority there.
Christianity uses mainly the new testament scripture Islam has the Quran. Christianity teaches loving G-d and others (although they fail practicing this through history) Islam teaches to hate Christians and Jews and to kill them
Islam does not say this. In fact it allows very explicitly Christians to live as Christians and Jews to live as Jews, because they are venerated as descendents of the tradition of Abraham. The ONLY restrictions on Christians and Jews living (through history) in Muslim lands were government and juridicial restrictions, and they had to pay a special tax for non-Muslims. Oh, and they couldn't go out and convert people. But otherwise they were tolerated. This is not true for non-Abrahamic peoples, like the Zoroastrians and like various pagan groups, who were terribly persecuted by Muslims. So if some Imam somewhere preaches hatred and violence, he's not a reflection of Muslim teaching anymore than a hate-preaching Christian is a reflection of the New Testament.
Judaism is based on practices not strictly beliefs
wrong about this. In Judaism the beliefs and the practice are synonymous. Read the Mishneh Torah
by Maimonides for further info.
but they both share the same text
No, they do NOT share the same text. They share vastly different translations of the same root
text, but they communicate different things, are read entirely differently, and come with exigetical commentaries that are completely different.
Christianity and Judaism may be a far cry from each other in practice and belief but if they both agreed on these two points then it would all be apart of the same faith.
If we could only get beyond the tiny divide by which Jews think your "son of God" is the epitome of idolatry and blasphemy, and by which Christians think Jews rejected, betrayed, and killed their God -- that's not some trivial misunderstanding here. Not to mention the 2000 years that have passed since then in which the religions not only diverged but the Jews repeatedly suffered at the hands of Christians. There's more separating Jews and Christians than theological questions. There is history and there is bitterness and on the part of Jews there is a great mistrust.
I know I'm mixing theology with history here, but it's important because we are here and now, and we got here somehow. So answer me this -- if these religions are so compatible and so close together, then why has one of the consistent and repeated projects in Christian lands, from late antiquity all the way up through Hitler, been to destroy