In 'Shoah through Muslim Eyes,' Dr. Mehnaz Afridi asserts that Muslims’ refusal to accept Israel is one of the main reasons for their Holocaust denial, and describes what it's like to be the only Muslim visiting Dachau
Jews and Muslims
Religion and peace are not mutually exclusive
However, the majority of Jewish respondents are against their children studying with Arabs, while Muslim and Christian Arabs surveyed do not wish to live with each other
In both protests, the participating interfaith groups used holiday symbolism to call for better treatment for immigrants
At a Manhattan celebration, rabbis and an imam welcome New York’s ‘beautiful, diverse society’
Close to half of respondents said there was more anti-Semitism during the 2016 presidential campaign than previously, and that candidate Donald Trump should have done more to discourage it.
Five years after terrorism struck a Jewish school in France, one thing is clear: Jews are on the frontline of Europe's war against democracy.
In June 1867, 150 years ago, Mark Twain embarked on a great voyage to Europe and the Holy Land. His travel book is still quoted widely today in order to prove all sorts of claims.
Compared with other minorities — especially the Arab one in Israel — Jews have it so good.
Activists on both sides say the new harmony has staying power barring another Gaza war. That hasn't stopped some Muslims and Jews from charging NGO leaders with ulterior motives.