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Yehonatan on Islam
« on: January 29, 2023, 09:23:40 PM »

"You are welcome to learn more about Judaism 🙏. We worship the Creator, the One in charge of all that that sense, yea, muslims believe in the single Creator of the Jewish people. But i think the differences are too big and the hate from muslims towards Jews is too much for there to ever be any genuine peace. I assume it offends you that Religious Jews do not believe that muhamed was any sort of authentic prophet...muslims believe a jew can convert to islam, while Judaism says it is absolutely impossible for a Jew to do so. If so, it comes down to which religion is true vs which is false. We don't care what muslims do or believe, we don't consider muslims idolaters, however we just want to be left in peace and left alone from the constant hate that comes from radical muslims.  I hear all the time from more modern muslims "islam is a religion of peace", then why aren't islamic extremists extremely peaceful? Ive read through the quran and through hadiths, it is not peaceful. The quran may say a single verse about "no force when it comes to religion" but muhamed and his followers went city to city by sword giving people the option to either accept islam or accept the sword... i dont want to rub you the wrong way, and again you are welcome obviously to study the 1st authentic monotheistic religion (Noahides and Judaism) as you please, but unfortunately the amount of antisemetism and hate we religious jews get from Muslims, cannot just be ignored with hopes for peace/brotherhood. If you love God and love Truth, i hope you do study about the 1st true religion, the religion of Adam, Shet, Chanoch, Noach, Avraham, they were all originally Noahides, the first true religion given directly by God to man (not even through a supposed angel, directly from God Himself). Please do 🙏 nothing to lose."
Gentiles are obligated to fulfill the Seven Noahide Commandments because they are the eternal command of God, transmitted through Moses our teacher in the Torah. The main and best book on details of Noahide observance is "The Divine Code" by Rabbi Moshe Weiner.