Please watch the below video clip which is a response from Dr Zakir Naik regards to a direct question of what he finds similar/difference between Islam and Sikhi. http://youtu.be/Fc6DfoBTT2s I have heard many talks before by Dr Zakir Naik and listen with great interest and agree and disagree on certain explanations etc. It seems this response was a bit of a round about way of misdirecting the direct question by concentrating on "other" parts of the faith and justifying Islam purely because Guru Nanak did not mention that Prophet Mohammed was the "last prophet". In my view Sikhi is not an amalgamation of Islam and Hinduism. It was a fresh view, a view that cleared up the messes left with the previous mainstream religions as they had veered off the road a very long time ago. I agree also Sikhi has had the same fate in the mainstream now but that is no way to make a comparison as the teaching will remain the same regardless of what the "disciples" do. Sikhi emphasise's self reflection and conscious change NOW to make a mass change in the psyche of humanity. Which is beyond prophecies or bold statements that there is only one last messenger. What are your views?