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The divine law in Judaism (Halakhah) has little distinction between religious and secular duties. The observance of divine commandments is required for every aspect of daily life. The main sources they have for Halakhah in Judaism is the Torah, the Talmud, and Responsa. They have a dietary law (Kashrut) that has a few aspects such as that meat must be kosher in order to be eaten, that meat and milk must not be eaten together, and that the animals must have been slaughtered in a particular way.
The divine law in Islam (Sharia) has little distinction among legal, ethical, and religious duties. They have the rule of God in all aspects of everyday life. Islam also has a way of life that is to be realized by living within the framework of divine law. They have a five pillar system that follows as 1. Creed 2. Prayer 3. Charity 4. Fasting and 5. Pilgrimage. The main sources for Sharia includes the Qur’an, Sunnah, Analogical reasoning, and Consensus.
In between the two, they are similar in some aspects. They both have a few different resources, some being as the word of their diety, as well as word from scholars within that religion. Both of them also have divisions within their own religion. Judaism has four separate divisions and Islam have two separate divisions.