Jews & Non-Jews
According to most Jewish thinkers, Islam is not idolatry; but authorities have disagreed as to whether it's better to convert or be martyred.
The requirements and transcendent possibilities of Jewish law are the bases of Jewish distinctness.
According to some interpreters, the Jews chose to be chosen.
Both faith communities have something to teach the other.
While some modern Jews have rejected the notion of chosenness altogether, others have reinterpreted it as an ethical mission or a national spirit.
Sept. 11 and the Second Intifada in Israel interrupted years of improvement in Muslim-Jewish relations.
Could an aliyah be a way to honor the sacrifices of a non-Jewish mother who raises a Jewish child?
Should Jewishly-committed single women be encouraged to marry supportive non-Jewish men?
Interfaith relationships between Jews and non-Jews is a hard-hitting issue that affects the entire Jewish world.