Jews & Non-Jews
The prohibition against non-Jewish practices, might relate to the practices of ancient Egypt, Canaan or the social and philosophical ways of non-Jews today.
Seven commandments which, according to Jewish tradition, are incumbent upon all of humankind.
Rabbinic authorities have used different arguments to redress inequities in the way halakhah treats non-Jews.
The various ways Jewish law distinguishes between Jews and gentiles.
From the worship of statues to--some would say--the absolute veneration of political movements, Judaism forbids idolatry in all its forms.