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Questions related to how Judaism regards or relates to the Muslim religion or its followers. NOTE: Questions that require independent expertise in Islam to answer are off-topic.

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This source claims that there is a Chovas Halevavos that quotes the Islamic Hadith without attribution. I was wondering if there are other examples of this in Jewish texts.
asked Nov 24 '13 by Malper
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Muslim religious leader is inappropriate in that it legitimizes Islam, which we may not want to promote. (A possible precedent for this could be how Rav Moshe Feinstein writes ראביי instead of רב when …
asked Nov 6 '13 by Malper
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to Islam. Perhaps the text in some Islamic countries was altered in order as a form of self-censorship. Is this historically accurate, and if not, is there evidence for what the original version of this line was and why it changed? …
asked Dec 8 '13 by Malper
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There is a halacha that one may not name a child after an evildoer, a principle known as shem reshaim yirkav taken from Yoma 38b ("ועל בן קמצר וחביריו נאמר ושם רשעים ירקב", cf. Mishlei 10:7). Later au …
asked Dec 26 '13 by Malper