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Mar
12
comment Ethical business dealings
This question had been very interesting and informative if complete details had been posted including the contract details. I would ask the asker to rephrase this question, add detail and repost it.
Mar
9
comment Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
You are confusing between "Judaism" and "Zionism" when you say that "Jewishness is a matter of national identity". Can you tell me how a Jew who practices the basic rules of morality via Islam fails his duty as a Jew? Do you know that usury or interest on loan is completely forbidden in Islam while Jews allow it for the non-jews to pay them interest so what do you say about that? Where are the jewish moral guidelines now?
Mar
5
comment Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
All the 7 Laws of Noah are completely observant for person to be a practising Muslim in Islam. Thngs like Idolatory, Theft, Murder, Sexual Immorality, Blasphemy, Eating flesh of an alive animal and Establising courts of law are what Islam has emphasized from day 1! FYI: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noachide_Laws FYI: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Shari%27a. So according to you if a Muslim whose mother was a Jew is also a Jew..is it? A person who is an atheist si also a jew just because this person has a Jewish mother...is it? How?
Mar
5
comment Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
Isn't this sexism? You are prefering a woman over a man for carrying religious identity. Why? Where it is written in the Torah that a person whose mother is a jew happens to be a jew? Please explain
Mar
4
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
@HodofHod "According to some traditional interpretations of the Book of Exodus,[2] Book of Numbers,[3] and the Letter to the Hebrews[4] the Ark also contained Aaron's rod, a jar of manna and the first Torah scroll as written by Moses" is stated in Wikipedia. How can you say that "The Ark did not contain any of Moshe's or Aharon's personal objects"? FYI: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ark_of_the_Covenant
Mar
2
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
@Seth J Thanks for updating me. So Talmud being a text central to Jewish mainstream, should be able to pinpoint the exact location and the Ark should have been found by now! Why it is still hidden?
Mar
2
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
@Seth Why this significant subject is of some dispute? There shou;dn't abe any dispute after all the ark is a of a great spiritual significance in the history of the children of Israel.
Mar
2
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
What is inaccurate in the question? What assumptions are false there?
Mar
2
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
Can you please quote from an authentic historical text? How do we know that the Ark was buried by the king in Jerusalem?
Mar
2
comment Why was the “Ark of the Covenant” lost?
I need to specify the context of the question and the background so that it explains why am i asking the question.
Feb
28
comment Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
I see! Then why Abraham(the first Jew according to Judaism) had sexual relations with Hagar who happened to be among the gentiles? Please explain.
Feb
28
comment Is it permissible for a Jewish woman to marry a Muslim man and vice versa?
@Monica Cellio What makes the God controversial between a Jew and a Muslim? As far as i know both worship the same omnipotent, one single God. FYI: judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/14461/…
Feb
28
comment Is there any difference between Jewish G-d and Muslim G-d?
@YDK What about the notion of being a Jew and not believing in God at the same time, only because you are born to a Jewish mother or Jewish parents! So an atheist can also be a jew only because that person is born to jewish paresnt(s)! How?This is notion is something entirely based on racism. Do correct me if this is wrong. On the other hand Islam makes mandatory for every Muslim to believe in one God and to respect all the prohpets form Adam to Muhammad (May peace and blessings be upon all of them).
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
@HodofHod You are always welcome to chat as well!
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
The first man who is claimed to be a Jew by the Jews was not practicing Judaism in its entireity! How and what? What about Moses (may peace and blessings be upon him)? And what made him a devout Jew? Also why the term "Yehudi" is not mentioned in the Hebrew Bible?
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
You can never say "he may have indeed faced Jerusalem", because if he had done that then the Hebrew Bible must have mentioned about it.
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
Isn't that true that Jews are suppose to pray 3 times a day facing Jerusalem? If you claim Abraham to be the first Jew on the planet then why don't we see him praying the ways Jews do nowadays? After all, he was the first Jew as you claim!
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
The matter of the fact is that he was a devout monotheist who worshipped one God, believed in sacrifice and lived all his life away from paganism. The Hebrew Bible has all of that facts. But he never prayed facing to Jerusalem, never celebrated Yom Kippur, or other Jewish practices!
Feb
24
comment Were the prophets and holy people who lived before Judah (Yehudah) also Jews?
So are you telling that Avraham (Abraham) used to practice all the Jewish traditions the modern Jews nowadays do? This isn't a fact.
Feb
24
comment (Why) is the construction of the 3rd Temple necessary to restore peace in the world?
@avi What really makes you to state "earthquake or other divine action causes the Dome to collapse"? Mosque, a place of worship where Jews are also welcomed and permissible to pray the way they like is not tolerated! Why? I am a Muslim and a student of Comparative Religion. I frankly feel that we both are the children of Abraham (may peace and blessings be upon him and his followers) who worshipped one God! Jews and Muslims, both must strive for means to coexist peacefully and hence forming a society where both laws can be run in parallel to each other as they both share the same roots.