Muslims are frequently confronted by the charge that the Quran—the central religious text of Islam—borrowed heavily from sacred Jewish literature. In this broadcast, Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to a caller who wants to know how he should best respond to this accusation. Rabbi Singer’s answer will surprise you.
Why is the Quran, the most sacred text of Islam, so vulnerable to exploitation? In this lively broadcast Rabbi Tovia Singer explains to a Muslim caller why the structure of the Quran makes it especially susceptible to misappropriation.
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds to Muslim caller’s question: Why does Maimonides regard Moses as the most important prophet in Judaism? Moreover, of all the Jewish prophets, why does the Quran especially praise Moses?
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