Israel’s Rihanna Is Arab and Jewish

Matti Friedman, The New York Times, 02/26/2020

A Muslim-born pop star who converted to Judaism and sings in Arabic and Hebrew has captured the country’s heart.

Iranian Photojournalist Documents Iranian Jews In Iran And Israel

Tzvi Joffre, The Jerusalem Post, 07/10/2019

"While still in Iran they struggled to move out of the country, once they came out of Iran they faced new obstacles and limitations."

Shining Example of Jewish- Muslim Co-Existence At an Indian Synagogue

Ejaz Naqvi, Patheos, 09/24/2018

These Jews and Muslims are leading by example and prove that peace is not just a pipe dream by giving hope to rest of us striving for interfaith harmony.

Imams in Morocco Learn Jewish Culture as Part of Training — and Bring Tolerance to France

Irina Tsukerman, The Algemeiner, 05/04/2018

The 30 imams who have signed a letter against antisemitism and extremism in France are graduates of a special training program for imams in Morocco.

Jews and Muslims Coming Together in Minnesota

Brandie Itman, Jewish&, 01/25/2017

The final process of converting to Judaism is to meet with the beit din (a rabbinic “court” of three learned Jews, usually clergy, who meet with a candidate for conversion).

10/10/2018

Multi-faith Ramadan peace dinner held in Israel

Shekhiynah Lar, , 01/01/1970

Abrahamic Reunion group promotes love, peace, communication, cooperation and dialogue among the people of the Holy Land.

Jews and Muslims together, the magic of a pilgrimage in Tunisia, Marc Knobel

Marc Knobel, Harissa, 06/10/2016

The magic here and magically transported me to a place of rare beauty, the Ghriba Synagogue in Djerba, the oldest synagogue in North Africa, it is said.

For These Moroccan Muslims, Mimouna Isn't Just a Jewish Thing-It's Their Heritage Too

Aomar Boum, Tablet, 04/18/2014

For Moroccan Jews, Mimouna signifies the promise of redemption and the hopeful return of the messiah. Israel recognized it as a national holiday in 1966; the Mimouna Club contends that the observance deserves a place in Moroccan culture and society, as a celebration of ethnic diversity.