Special Series: Muslims and Jews in each otherís religious narratives - 2010
by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf maintains that religion holds one of the keys to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in the first article in a special series on Jews and Muslims in each otherís narratives.
(Source: Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 04 March 2010) 
by Deborah Weissman
Jewish educator Deborah Weissman proposes various strategies for ďmaking room for the OtherĒ, in this second article in our series on Jews and Muslims in each otherís narratives. (Source: Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 04 March 2010) 
by Zvi Zohar
In our third article on Muslims and Jews in each otherís religious narratives, Professor of Jewish studies Zvi Zohar highlights the voices within the Jewish tradition that express an admiration for Muslim religiosity and illustrates how, at the highest levels of spirituality, Islam and Judaism have much in common.
(Source: Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 11 March 2010) 
by Mustafa Abu Sway
In the fourth article in our series on Jews and Muslims in each othersí narratives, prominent Palestinian theologian Mustafa Abu Sway highlights the positive references to Jews in the Qurían and warns that anti-Jewish narratives go against Islam.
(Source: Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 18 March 2010) 
by Rabbi Naftali Rothenberg
Rabbi and Judaic studies professor Naftali Rothenberg calls on Jewish educators to emphasize the significant impact of Muslim thinkers on Jewish thought as an important step towards building intercultural bridges, in our fifth article on Jews and Muslims in each otherís narratives.
(Source: Common Ground News Service (CGNews), 18 March 2010) 
by Rabia Terry Harris
In the sixth and final article in our series on Jews and Muslims in each otherís narratives, Director of the Muslim Peace fellowship Rabia Terry Harris explores the universal lessons of monotheism and underlines principles of universal justice inherent in both Judaism and Islam which - when they are adhered to - can raise the faithful above narrow tribal loyalties. (Source: Common Ground News Service (CG News), 25 March 2010) 
 
 
 
 
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