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The relationship between Islam and Judaism is a special and close one. The two religions share similar values. Islam incorporates Jewish history as a part of its own. Muslims regard the Children of Israel as a central religious concept in Islam. Moses is mentioned in the Holy Qur’an more than any other prophet.There are forty-three references to Israelites in the the Quran, and many in the Hadith. Jews in turn see Muslims as perfect monotheists and as adherents of the Seven Laws of Noah.

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