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“We are waking up people’s consciences.”
The impact of enlightenment, European anti-Semitism and the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
From Dhimma to Viziers in Andalusia: relations between Jews and Muslims should be viewed within context.
What happened to a shared history many still fondly recall, where are we now and what are the prospects for the future?
Three members of a right-wing religious Jewish group have been charged in Jerusalem District Court.
Samantha Elauf was turned down for a job because of her hijab; Observant Jews face same discrimination, says Nathan Lewin, who filed court brief.
“On Monday afternoon, Lori Lippitz and her little band of well-wishers pulled into the parking lot of the school they once thought of as theirs.”
Fredrico Leonelli shot dead by police on Sunday after allegedly beheading a maid in Rome was a pro-Israel fanatic, who wanted to fight against Hamas in Gaza.
Prominent settler and former Israeli army chief rabbi Avichai Rontzki delivered a “messianic, fiery speech” to Israeli forces prior to the devastating massacre of the Gaza City neighborhood of Shujaiya.
The attitudes of the Norwegian population towards Jews and other minorities.
The oral traditions in Islam and Judaism provide deeper context and meaning to many of the religions’ texts and beliefs.
Students from Richmond Jewish Day School and Az-Zahrra Islamic Academy served food in the Downtown Eastside today, honouring a three-year-old tradition known as “Random Act of Kindness Week.”