A recent non-denominational commentary of the Quran claims:
We believe the two fundamental beliefs in Islam, which it shares with Judaism and Christianity are belief in the Transcendent God and accountability in the life after death. The former is discussed at some length in the commentary of Surah Fatihah and the latter in the commentary of Surah Waqi’ah. But, the focus of the commentary is more on human interactions than on beliefs, so those verses get greater attention and more detailed commentary. As every religion claims that it is based on compassion and even agnostics and atheists promote humanism, for the sake of our global village we want to focus more on human interactions. It is said that the Golden rule is shared by each and every religion.