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No. Prof. Eliezer Segal, in an essay entitled "Monkey Business," discussing the unfortunate contemporary phenomenon of "Islamicist clerics" preaching that Jews, generally, are descended from apes and pigs, says that there is no Jewish source to be found for this story: Unfortunately, in all the vast stores of ancient rabbinic literature, no text has yet ...


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Judaism is not for reformation it is for jews to do the will of G-D almighty we have enough to do without any changes Judaism supports Islam's trying to keep the Seven Laws of Noah (keep it up) The singularity of God. (That is, to believe in God.) No idolatry. No blasphemy. To pray. No false oaths. No suicide. No murder. No adultery. Formal ...


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There has certainly been some cross-pollination of ideas over the years, e.g. certain moral lessons that you'd see in the classical Jewish philosophical work Hovot HaLevavot also appear in the Hadith. And as Islam is clearly a monotheistic faith, it avoids the problems posed by laws about "idols" or "pagans." (E.g. halacha has a lot of problems with a Jew ...



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