While the posts, which will posted on this blog, might not have a lot of sources and be more of research or study papers – as in formulating ideas and questions for further study – I have and will be writing longer articles or papers, which sources and discussions.
As for now I have a number of papers and assignments written as exams from my studies at the Hebrew University, which I have published and welcome you to read.
The list will of course be growing over time.
Maimonides is considered one of the greatest thinkers in Judaism, whether on legal, philosophical or theological issues. Having lived under Almohad rule in his youth and early adult life – likely being forcibly converted to Islam – he had a deep understanding and knowledge of Islam, and as such would advice on issues concerning the two religions.
While being critical to Arab-Muslim rule, he was more positive to Islam as a religion for the non-Jew.