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In most countries, the Sharia court is not the same as a secular (government legal system court) and would probably have no more authority in a non-Muslim society than a bais din. In that case, one should try bais din first. It would also judge by the religious rules of a different religion rather than secular law so dina d'malchusa would not apply. This ...


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Your question is very broad. Let me address one aspect of it, namely interfaith dialogue with Christianity. R Avraham Gordiner writes here R. Moshe Feinstein, in a set of halakhic letters penned in 1967 to R. Yosef B. Soloveitchik of Boston and to Dr. Bernard Lander (Igr. Moshe YD 3:43-44), unequivocally forbade Jewish participation in ecumenical ...



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