Article Archive

Jewish-Muslim Relationships

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  • Breaking Bread--Three Ways

    Personal narrative from a Muslim/Christian/Jewish couple discussing the unique way they blend their religious practices during Ramadan and the Jewish High Holidays.

    Date: 11-15-2006
  • Avoiding Bicultural Schizophrenia

    By Shoshana Hebshi-Holt

    Personal narrative by the daughter of a Saudi man and a Jewish woman who was raised as a Jew, describing how she is always made to feel like "a freak", and how she wishes Jews and Muslims had more face-to-face contact.

    Date: 01-03-2007
  • Lessons Learned from Israel's Jewish/Muslim/Christian "Peace Village"

    By Joseph Andrews

    Reprinted news article about Neve Shalom/Wahat-al-Salam", a half-Jewish, half-Arab Muslim village in Israel whose villagers are committed to teaching, learning, and living about and with each other.

    Date: 01-03-2007
  • Palestinian "Resistance Poetry" Class Causes Academic Uproar at U.C. Berkeley

    By Joe Eskenazi

    Reprinted news article about a controversial Palestinian "Resistence Poetry" course taught at the University of California at Berkeley, and where school administrators do and should draw the line between "open discussion" and "ind

    Date: 11-30-2006
  • Different Religions, Same Guilt

    By Susan Katz

    Personal narrative from a Jewish woman relating the guilt she and her equally non-observant Muslim husband feel about not paying attention to Ramadan or Yom Kippur.

    Date: 09-12-2006
  • Numb

    By Shoshana Hebshi-Holt

    Personal narrative from the daughter of an Arab Muslim father and an American Jewish mother describing her numbness following the September 11 attacks.

    Date: 01-03-2007
  • Interfaith Marriages Bring Variety to Holidays

    By Susie L. Oh

    Reprinted news article about the growing number of interfaith families and how their children feel that having interfaith parents is normal.

    Date: 08-14-2007
  • Picture This: A Children's Book with a Message of Interfaith Healing

    By Cheryl F. Coon

    Review of The Cave of Reconciliation: An Abrahamic/Ibrahim Tale, which tells the story of Abraham from the Jewish and Muslim perspectives.

    Date: 01-03-2007
  • In India, Every Day Is Mother's Day

    By Susan Katz

    The personal narrative of a Jewish American woman on her marriage to a Muslim man from India and her ethnically diverse extended family.

    Date: 06-18-2007
  • Born Without a Name

    By Tiffany Collins

    Personal narrative from a woman whose mother is an Israeli Jew and whose father is an Iranian Muslim.

    Date: 08-15-2007

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