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This multidisciplinary volume unites research on diverse aspects of Jewish-Muslim relations, exchanges and coexistence across time including the Abrahamic tradition enigma, Jews in the Qur’an and Hadith, Ibn al-‘Arabi and the Kabala, comparative feminist theology, Jews, Christians, Muslims and the Gospel of Barnabas, harmonizing religion and philosophy in Andalusia, Jews and Muslims in medieval Christian Spain, Israeli Jews and Muslim and Christian Arabs, Jewish-Muslim coexistence on Cyprus, Muslim-Jewish dialogues in Berlin and Barcelona, Jewish-Christian-Muslim trialogues and teleology, Jewish and Muslim dietary laws, and Jewish and Muslim integration in Switzerland and Germany.
With contributions by: Ednan Aslan · Carol Bakhos · Alfred Bodenheimer · Areti Demosthenous · Michael Ebstein · Zouhair El-Hairan · Ulvi Karagedik · Gerhard Langer · Francesco Malaguti · Rosa Martinez-Cuadros · Emma Montanos Ferrín · Yolanda Quesada Morillas · Margaret Rausch · Sobhi Rayan · Friedrich Schweitzer · Jerusha Tanner Rhodes · Franz Winter
Ednan Aslan is Chair of Islamic Theological Studies at the University of Vienna where he is Professor of Islamic Education.
Margaret Rausch is an independent scholar, researcher and university instructor in Religious and Islamic Studies.