They fight in the Middle East, but, get along elsewhere in the world.
There are over 100x more Muslims than Jews.
Muslims and Jews don't eat pork. Muslims eat shellfish, but Jews don't.
Every city in Israel has Jews and Muslims in it.
Jews are neither Christians nor Muslims. However, Jews, Christians, and Muslims worship same God. Refer to related question below.
No, there are more Muslims living in Europe than there are Jews.
The Jews live there, along with a very small minority of other religions, mostly Muslims and Christians.
Jerusalem is considered holy by Muslims, Jews, and Christians.
Neither Muslims nor Jews are allowed by their religions to eat pork.
All Christians, Jews and Muslims believe in one God. For Christians and Jews it is YHWH, for Muslims Allah.
No. Mosques are used by Muslims as their place of worship, not by Jews. Jews pray in synagogues.See also:More about Jewish prayer and synagogues
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Muslims perform group ritual prayers in Mosque (Masjid) and the Jews in synagogue.
No, I don't think most Muslims were afraid of Jews. But Muslims were certainly puzzled and frustrated by the refusal of most Jews to convert to Islam. Muslims sincerely believed they had the true religion, and they could not understand why Jews did not accept the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. This was similar to the reaction of the Christians in their early days-- they too believed they had the true religion and could not understand why most Jews did not accept Jesus as the messiah.These days, sad to say, many Muslims are taught negative stereotypes about Jews (some based on the situation in Israel and Palestine, some based on certain verses from the Qur'an that seem to say Jews are devious or untrustworthy), while in other cases, such as in pluralistic societies like the United States, Jews and Muslims generally get along well and respect each other's religions.
Jerusalem is considered Holy by Jews, Christians, & Muslims alike. For Jews, it is where their temples were built; for Christians it was where Christ Rose from the Dead; for Muslims, it is where Muhammad a dream where he ascended to Heaven.
Modern Jews don't go on pilgrimage. For Christians, it is Jerusalem. For Muslims it is Mecca
The old testament is common for Jews and Christians and not Muslims. However, Torah that is part of the old testament is common to Muslims.
Muslims see Jews and Christians as "people of the book" because they are holders of the holy books Torah and the Bible that Muslims believe in their divinity.
The Jews and Muslims
no it is for Muslims
Since the Muslims believe that Jews and Christians were "People of the book", they received special treatment.
Christians believe in Christianity, whereas Muslims and Jews do not. See the related question for more details.
Muslims go for worship (praying) to mosque or any clean place. Jews go to synagogue.