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    Yom Kippur and Eid al Adcha 2015

    Text: Solveig Hansen

    This year, the most holy day of the Jews – Yom Kippur and of the Muslims – Eid al-Adcha will again be celebrated around the same time. This is a timely video:

     
    See also: Islam and Judaism: Time to Tie the Ropes, with an excerpt from Dr. Shai Har-El’s book “Where Islam and Judaism Join Together: A Perspective on Reconciliation.” “Jews and Muslims can build a common ground,” he writes.
     


    2 Comments on “Yom Kippur and Eid al Adcha 2015”

    1. obaid270557 says:

      No other religion of the world as closer to Islam as Judaism. It is not only ironic but unfortunate too that Muslims and Jews hate each other the most because of the politics of religion and greed for land. I wonder if they can ever live in one country where Muslims and Jews have equal rights and both have the freedom to practice their religion like many secular countries of the world including India.

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      • adaaharoni06 says:

        In Israel, Jews, Muslims and Christians have equal rights. In Haifa where i live, we all live together and work together in peace and harmony. All the religions in Israel have the freedom to practice their religions. I loved this Video about Yom Kippur and Eid el Adcha on the same Day! Perhaps this is a sign that it is high time for Palestinians and Israelis to reach a Peace Treaty that would satisfy both sides, like the Peace Treaty between Egypt and Israel, and Jordan and Israel. May it be!
        Halvai, Inshallah! Ada Aharoni

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