One Hand Clapping by Donald Sensing has an interesting contrast between the end of life as we know it from a Muslim and a Christian perspective. It focuses on an Iraqi terrorist named Marwin who is a jihadist. Read the whole thing.
The end says:
“Marwan’s god wants to know whether he committed mayhem and murder. Christ wants to know whether we fed the hungry and thirsty, welcomed strangers, clothed the naked, nursed the sick and visited the imprisoned.
The contrast could not be clearer.”
(There is an updated discussion after this dealing with the female Palestinian bomber who didn’t get to blow up a hospital.)