Tag: Jews

Jewish-Muslim group wins top interfaith award

 Rosa Doherty An organisation which works to foster links between Jews and Muslims has won a national interfaith award. The Muslim Jewish Forum of Greater Manchester was named as winners of the Spirit of Britain prize at the British Muslim Awards 2014 last night. The Forum’s company secretary Heather Fletcher, who accepted the award at… Read More ›

A matter of honour to Albanians who protected Jews

 Jay Grenby The role of Albanians in rescuing Jews from the Nazis was told to more than 400 people at a Pinner Synagogue HMD event by the country’s UK ambassador, Mal Berisha. Albania was the only occupied country in Europe to end the war with more Jews than at the beginning, Mr Berisha said. “It… Read More ›

“It seemed appropriate to use JW3 as a venue to launch Islam Awareness Week this year,” Julie Siddiqui said.

London Jews Host Islam Awareness Week

By OnIslam & News Agencies LONDON – Joining hands to help poor and needy, a London Jewish group announced plans to host Islam awareness week to showcase some of the social action projects taking place across the country. “It seemed appropriate to use JW3 as a venue to launch Islam Awareness Week this year,” Julie Siddiqui,… Read More ›

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Hindus and Muslims ‘least likely to engage in premarital sex’

Hindus and Muslims are less likely than Christians and Jews to have premarital sex, and Muslims are least likely among people of these religious groups to get involved in extramarital sex, a new study has revealed.Co-authored by Amy Adamczyk, Associate Professor of Sociology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and Brittany Hayes, Ph.D. student in… Read More ›

1 Corinthians 9: Apostle Paul’s Missionary Deception (Taqiyya)!

Kaleef K. Karim Paul admits during his ministry, preaching his Paulinism (Christianity of today), he falsely acted in order to draw people to his faith. In the following passage he openly confesses that he used deception for conversion: “Though I am free and belong to no one, I have made myself a slave to everyone,… Read More ›

Does Christianity really necessitate ransom for salvation?

Does Christianity really necessitate ransom for salvation? A comparative examination of vicarious atonement and repentance in biblical light Question Mark   Prelude   In the recent past Muslim Apologist and Speaker, Paul Williams engaged in a debate regarding the concept of Sin and Salvation in Islam and Christianity. Because the debate was very successful this… Read More ›

Did Jesus (p) abolish Jewish Kosher?

Did Jesus (p) abolish Jewish Kosher? Question Mark Introduction   It is highly probable that the Christian next-door is into an all-inclusive dietary practice. S/he would not be scrupulous with the foods being consumed as Jew (or a Muslim) would be. It is almost considered lawful to consume food items which are prohibited in the… Read More ›