Some members of the Muslim community will be joining a Jewish speaker, Joseph Cohen to inform the public that Muslims do have a right to and can pray at Hyde Park.
Can Jews Study the Qur’an?
Can jews study the Qur’an? Rabbi Chaim Mintz founder and director of Oorah.org answers…
God has made His light shine for those who seek for HIM
Everything that I loved about Christianity I got to bring into Islam. I didn’t see Islam as an abandonment of my Christian upbringing. I saw it as a fulfillment of it… Hamza Yusuf Hanson*) *) American Islamic scholar, and is co-founder… Read More ›
The forgotten root: “They know him as they know their son”
Scriptures are not just text of revelation which one must understand within the border of sacred theological paradigm but it can also be approached as a collective memory of a profane history. In this context one should not neglect to… Read More ›
Israel’s Chief Rabbi: ‘Immodest’ Women Like Animals
Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef preached that a woman must dress modestly because she ‘is not an animal’ and that when subjected to a female performer, men should ‘conspicuously’ refuse to listen
Jesus Did Not Abolish 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… Read More ›
Jesus Is Not The “Son Of Man” Daniel 7:13-14
Kaleef K. Karim Trinitarian Jesus-worshippers hold to the belief that Daniel 7:13-14 proves the deity of Jesus, and that he should be “worshipped”. According to trinitarians, since the Aramaic word “פלח” (Pelach) is used in the passage, then that proves the deity… Read More ›
God is One – not a triune nor a compound deity
God is ONE, this is the core creed of Monotheism. This oneness of God as an aspect of His absolute nature, must be understood properly in order to worship HIM. Maimonides had laid out a principle to understand the Oneness of God… Read More ›
Isaiah 9:6 – The Child Is Not “God”
Kaleef K. Karim Isaiah 9:6 is one of the most favourite verse’s a Christian trinitarian loves to bring-up for the deity of Jesus. According to trinitarians they believe Isaiah 9:6 without doubt proves that the person that is mentioned is… Read More ›
The Charolite Trilogy
Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
The Charolite Trilogy Introduction The purpose of this trilogy is to help you see the Jewish Christian polemic in a new light. Instead of presenting the arguments…
Open Letter to Paul
Hi there Saul, How did 2000 years treat you? Regards from your religion, she is today the world’s greatest religion, (long story how that came to be). While you were absent she spawned way out of control; I doubt you’d recognize her. She… Read More ›
Israeli Knesset Introduces New Law to Ban Women from Holiest Site
The “Only Democracy” in the Middle East, Israel, has had 16 lawmakers introduce a bill that would effectively ban women from wearing shawls at the Western Wall, from reading Torah at the Western Wall and from other religious practises. Haaretz… Read More ›
“Death and life are in the power of the tongue” (Proverbs 18:21) (This originally appeared on my blog, enjoy) I usually write out of inspiration; I first have an idea, poem, senseless piece of thought-garbage etc., then an impulse forces… Read More ›
The soul of my Bible
I’m writing in a hurry hope it doesn’t come out sloppy. If yes, I’m sorry This is in response to JOURNEYERBLOG’s article regarding the TaNaCH [the Hebrew Bible] I would like to present the view of the Jewish religion. I… Read More ›
Why keep the Law of God?
“You have said, ‘It is futile to serve God. What do we gain by carrying out his requirements and going about like mourners before the Lord Almighty?” Malachi 3:14 I think there’s an inevitable question that will be raised in the conscience of the… Read More ›
Shalom, Salam to you my dear friends, I would like to share a thought I had, perhaps many of you can identify with it. If you follow this amazing blog, you might’ve read my recent post which as Paul put… Read More ›
Jesus. Christos? Pt. 1
Shalom, Salam This post is a continuation of my previous post where I said I was going to explain why according to the Jewish scriptures, Jesus does not meet the qualifications for being the long promised Messiah.
In response to our dear friend Abdullah, shalom/salam. Throughout Jewish history we’ve been fighting for our right to not believe in Jesus as God. We were persecuted, exiled, tortured, killed and sometimes forcefully converted, but as a nation and a… Read More ›
Shalom! Salam! Hello!
Where do I even begin? I guess I’ll begin with the beginning. And that is the Source of Life, the Almighty King, blessed be the Great Name of HaShem/God/Allah (BTW that’s my Holy Trinity ;)). Let me tell you a joke:… Read More ›
Adon Olam – by Sarit Hadad
Adon Olam (“Lord of the World”) is a hymn which has been a regular part of the daily and Sabbath liturgy by faithful jews since the 15th century. This hymn is thought to be composed in the 11th century by Islamic Andalusian jew Abū… Read More ›
The Mystery of the Messiah: The Messiahship of Jesus in the Qur’an, New Testament, Old Testament, and Other Sources (by Louay Fatoohi)
To my knowledge there is no academic studies of what the messiahship of Jesus means in the Qur’an in comparison with the messiahship in Judaism and Christianity. This book: The Mystery of the Messiah: The Messiahship of Jesus in the Qur’an, New Testament,… Read More ›