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Tag Archives: Judaism
4thought.tv : Can Jews and Muslims ever find peace?
Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Co-Director of the Association of British Muslims, speaking about Judaism and Islam on Channel 4‘s 4thought.tv on Jan 2. 2011
BBC Panorama – British Schools, Islamic Rules: AOBM’s response
BBC Panorama programme, screened on the night of 22nd of November uncovered “disturbing evidence that some Muslim children are being exposed to extremist preachers and fundamentalist Islamic groups.” In addition it documented “part-time schools where hate is on the curriculum.” … Continue reading
Yom Kippur 5771 (2010)
Yom Kippur is one of the most sacred days in the Jewish calendar. Jews fast, pray, reflect and seek forgiveness for their sins over the past year. Jews devote the entire day to G-d, refraining from work, food and sexual … Continue reading
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong Islam is greatly misunderstood, even by so many who claim to practice it. In this way, how is Islam any different from so many other religions? Judaism is greatly misunderstood by at least some Jews and … Continue reading
Muslim-Jewish Relations in South Asia
On the 15th June 2010, Mr Paul Salahuddin Armstrong, Director for Interfaith and Interpolitical Dialogue at the Association of British Muslims, attended an academic seminar, presented by Dr Navras Jaat Aafreedi Ph.D. The seminar entitled Muslim-Jewish Relations in South Asia, was organised by … Continue reading
There is another way…
We always have a choice, we don’t need to behave like unthinking beasts worse even than animals. Whatever happens, there will never be peace unless we strive for it. How many escalate crises, towards war, mindless, heartless conflicts? There is … Continue reading
Islamic and Jewish formal prayers
By Ben Abrahamson ركعة rakaʿah (pl. ركعات rakaʿāt) refers to one unit of Islamic prayer, or Salah. Each daily prayer is made up of a different number of raka’at: * Fajr — The dawn prayer: 2 raka’at * Shuhar — … Continue reading
Slightly edited to ease understanding and reposted here with permission from a Jewish friend; from a portion in the annual cycle of Jewish Torah reading (Parshat Vayigash). The lessons contained herein are universal. Lets build upon our common ground, to … Continue reading
We wish all our brothers and sisters of the Jewish faith a happy, blessed and peaceful Hanukkah!
By Paul Salahuddin Armstrong “When the boy was old enough to work with his father, Abraham said, ‘My son, I have seen myself sacrificing you in a dream. What do you think?’ He said, ‘Father, do as you are commanded … Continue reading