ews are pure people who are the descendants of Prophet. We very much love Jews due to their faith in Allah, their fidelity to Prophet Moses (peace be upon him), their adherence and meticulousness to their religion. According to the Qur'an, Jews are the "People of the Book" for Muslims. In the Qur'an, Allah makes it lawful for Muslims to eat the food prepared by the People of the Book and to marry women from the People of the Book (Surat al-Maida, 5). These provisions are clear signs revealing that Muslims and the People of the Book can establish warm human relations and live together in peace and harmony.
We all believe in the One and Only Allah. What is lawful and unlawful to them are the same for us. We all love the prophets very much, we are all the children of Prophet Abraham (pbuh), we all love Allah very much and have great fear for Him. We all make effort to earn Allah's approval, mercy and the Garden. Your respect for the Prophet Moses (pbuh), your strict adherence to Prophet Moses's (pbuh) orders for thousands of years are very precious for Muslims. Surely Jews are very precious people for whom we feel affection and we see them as our brothers. In this regard, even not the slightest doubt is acceptable. We do not want Muslims, Jews or Christians, all the descendants of Prophet Abraham (pbuh), to be in distress. We ask for peace, love, brotherhood, beauty and bliss from our Lord, Allah. Our responsibility towards Allah is to conduct ourselves with love, compassion, mercy, justice, modesty, sincerity and to be conciliatory.
Our call to our Jewish brothers in Turkey, where a good example of this is displayed, is the following: "This being the case; let's have more love for each other, consolidate our brotherhood, see each other with love, and let's unite. Let's conduct an intellectual struggle together against atheism, Darwinism, materialism and all systems in denial of Allah. Let's examine and research the signs of Creation together, tell them to all people and call them together to love our Lord, Allah, to give thanks to Him and to live by the moral perfection He commands."
Say: ‘Have iman in it or do not have iman in it.’ Certainly, when it is recited to them, those who were given knowledge before it fall on their faces in prostration, saying, ‘Glory be to our Lord! The promise of our Lord is truly fulfilled!’ Weeping, they fall to the ground in prostration, and it increases them in humility.
Say: ‘Call on Allah or call on the All-Merciful, whichever you call upon, the Most Beautiful Names are His.’ Do not be too loud in your salat or too quiet in it, but try to find a way between the two.
And say: ‘Praise be to Allah Who has had no son and Who has no partner in His Kingdom and Who needs no one to protect Him from abasement.’ And proclaim His Greatness repeatedly!
(Quran, Al-Isra, 107-111)