While this work is dated and strongly reflects 19th century prejudices, much of the information is still valid, and deserves to be updated with more recent research.
It proves a deep and faithful understanding with some of the more obscure elements of the Jewish tradition, and . It reinforces the notion that the early Jewish-Islamic relationship may indeed have been based in some part on a Noahide relationship, . A relationship where the followers of the new faith studied not all, but a limited set, of the Jewish tradition. Perhaps , perhaps based on a mistaken understanding of the prohibition to teach Torah to a non-Jew.
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Halakhah of Shammai in the Qur'an

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