Sharing the Narrative: How Muslims & Jews Can Remember the Holocaust Together
In January, the American Jewish Committee (AJC), in partnership with the Muslim World League (MWL), brought 62 Muslims and 20 Jews from 28 countries together for a two-day interfaith mission in Poland.
Opinion | A New Age of Moderate Islam
Let us start with the difficult truths. To many Americans and many Jews, Islam by its very nature demands violence against infidels.
Celebrating Ramadan in Umm al-Fahm
After nearly 70 years of statehood, most Jews don’t know the most basic information about the holiday that our neighbors celebrate. Is this the best we can do?
Ask The Rabbis | What Should Jews Know About the Muslim Faith?
“I used to think I knew what Islam was about. Yet as I came to know more Muslims personally and learned more about their faith, I realized that much of what I knew was either flat-out wrong or grossly misguided.”
Teaching at an Islamic School in Trump’s America
Early on in my tenure, I realized how much my Muslim students were like Jewish students 100 years ago.
Behind The Headlines // ISIS Recruitment
Warren Richey, a staff writer for The Christian Science Monitor, explored this sophisticated recruitment machine in a recent seven-part series called “ISIS In America.” Moment speaks with Richey about how ISIS reels in Western teens and what can be done.