Personally, I have never trusted the interfaith groups which are usually run by anti-Muslim Zionists or apologetic Muslims who want to distort the true teachings of Islam to serve Western agenda against Islam and the Muslim World (here, here).
On Thursday, Rabbi Marc Schneier, 57, held an event marking the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan at the Israeli Consulate in Los Angeles. The event was attended by Basketball Hall of Fame, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and hip hop Mughal Russell Simmons.
Schneider, a pro-Israel Zionist Jew millionaire, is the founder and president of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. He is famous for cheating on his previous five wives and currently dating Simi Teitelbaum, 30, blond Israeli party girl and former El Al flight attendant. Schneier, the 18th generation of an esteemed rabbinic dynasty resigned as chief rabbi at The Hamptons synagogue on April 15, 2016.
Istanbul-born German lawyer and self-claimed Islamic scholar Seyran Ates, 54, is founder of Ibn Rushd-Goethe Mosque in Berlin. The Western feminist Seyran who leads the mixed gender prayers named her project after Andalusian (Muslim Spain) philosopher and Islamic scientist Ibn Rushd (Averroes). She claims that she is inspired by women liberation in Jewish and Christian faiths. Her mosque doors are open to gays and lesbians, who are called sinners in both Bible and Holy Qur’an but not to Muslim women wearing Hijab.
“Christian and Jewish women had to go through so much, and now we’re going through it, too. We have to do something about the radical Muslims. If we remain silent, nothing changes,” says Ates.
Ates’ mosque is located on the third-floor of Protestant St. Johannes Church.
According to Jewish Shari’ah (Halakhah) Jews are banned to pray in a church due to pictures and statues of Jesus which is considered idol-worshipping in Torah. But they can pray in a mosque.
On May 29, 1453, Turk Sultan Fatih Mehmet conquered the Byzantine capital of Constantinople and ordered all pictures and idols with the exception of a statue of Virgin Mary be removed from Hagia Sophia. The statue of Saint Mary still adorns Hagia Sophia Mosque.
After the attacks of Manchester and London Bridge, Ates insists Muslims should do more against extremism in Islam. I think either she is nutcase or a Turkish Donmeh.
Turkish born journalist, author, speaker and interfaith activist Mustafa Akyol is another Turkish Donmeh. On June 16, 2017, he penned an article for the Jewish Daily Forward, entitled, What Israel can learn from ‘Erdogan Revolution’. He is author of books, The Islamic Jesus: How the King of Jews Became a Prophet of Muslims and Islam without Extreme. The books are recommended by the so-called Liberal Muslims such as Reza Aslan, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria (married to a Jew woman) and professor Asma Afsaruddin (Indiana University). Asma is author of seven books on Islam. Her Islamic research is funded by two Jewish groups, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation and the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Mustafa Akykol in his book, The Islamic Jesus makes the laughable claim that prophet Jesus was not only King of Jews but also a common link which unites Christianity with Judaism and Islam. First of all, Jesus was not a Jew. He was a teacher and not a king. His mother Saint Mary was cousin of prophet Yahya (John the Baptist) who was not Jewish but descendent of prophet Yakub (Jacob, Israel).
The term JEW was invented by the Zionist Scofield Bible for the non-Semitic African Berber and Turkic Khazarian tribes who converted to Judaism in the 4th and 10th century.
Holy Qur’an accepts all biblical prophets from Adam to Jesus as Divine-guided sinless. Jewish Bible (OT) doesn’t mention prophet Isa (Jesus). On the other hand, Jewish Talmud calls Jesus bastard (sic) and his mother Mary whore (sic). The prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is mentioned as the final Messanger in the Gospel of Barnabas which was not canonized in 325 CE.
The New Testament quotes Jesus on several place that he came to House of Israel only – meaning not to guide Goyim. Catholic Church for centuries blamed Jews for the murder of Jesus. Holy Qur’an, however, reject Yahud and Nasara story of Jesus (as).
Watch below how interfaith is hated by Jews in Israel.