Some of the subjects that I will cover are:
1) The similarities (in great detail) between Judaism and Islam,
2) the differences,
3) the articles of faith,
4) the pillars of Islam,
5) the true meaning of Jihad,
6) the origins of Muslim militancy,
7) the Prophets that Muslims must believe in,
8) what Muslims believe in regarding end-time prophecies,
9) the different types of Muslims (Sunni vs. Shia, ‘Wahabi’ vs. Sufi, and Moderate vs. Extremist),
10) what Islam believes about Judaism and Christianity and Moses and Jesus,
11) what the words Islam and Muslim mean,
12) what is replacement theology,
13) how Islam views the role of Prophets and successive revelation,
14) the origins of the Ka’ba and the Hajj,
15) the role of Abraham, Hagar, and Ishmael in Islam,
16) the role of women,
19) the different schools of thought regarding Islamic law,
20) what is a Khalifah,
21) the many roles of Muhammad as a role model,
22) the history of Muslim Jewish relations,
23) the definition of Monotheism according to Islam,
24) the history of the various covenants,
25) Why people are drawn to Islam.
26) The similarity between Chasidism and Sufism.
27) The similarity between Ramadan and Shavuot and Yom Kippur.
28) The story behind Eid Al-Adha
29)All Prophets taught Islam and were Muslim by definition (to submit your whole self to God). Sahih Muslim Book 033, Number 6425: "Abu Huraira reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: No child is born but upon Fitra. He then said. Recite: The nature made by Allah in which He created man, there is no altering of Allah's nature; that is the right religion."
Fitra is an Arabic word meaning 'innate human nature'. However, other common translations include "primordial nature" and "innate disposition", or the original innocent state of humans after being created by Allah. All humans were created to worship One God.