Core Islamic texts disagree with the Bible: human beings are not made in the image of God

For example, in Qur'an Chapter 42, Verse 11:
The Creator of the heavens and the earth. He hath made for you pairs of yourselves, and of the cattle also pairs, whereby He multiplieth you. Naught is as His likeness; and He is the Hearer, the Seer.
Compare Genesis Chapter 1, Verse 26:
Then God said, "Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness
In the Judeo-Christian conception, human beings, made in God's likeness, are children of God the Father. In the Qur'an, Allah never calls himself "Father," and in several places denies He has any sons or daughters. Rather, human beings are only Allah's servants or slaves. "I have only created jinns and men that they may serve me (Qur'an 51:56). Even if both theologies are pure fantasy, the Islamic one leads to authoritarian social outcomes, whereas the Judeo-Christian one tends, over the long run, toward freedom.