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One of the teachings of Prophets is how to encounter and treat other people, particularly followers of faiths. Posing the question of how to encounter people of other faiths, this paper addresses the issue by conducting a comparative examination of the Qur’an and the Testaments. The Qur’an, inclusively dealing with all aspects of human life as it does, approaches the issue carefully, always seeking to establish equilibrium. Encounters with followers of other faiths in Islam is thus with gentleness and with goodwill and guidance, allowing them to live in the society along with other strata of people, provided that they pay tribute and that they do not practice hostility. If they do practice hostility and act against Islam and Muslims, they should be confronted.