• Rabbi Marc Schneier and Imam Shamsi Ali with Vice President of Indonesia, Hon. Jusuf Kalla, during Sons of Abraham book tour

  • Jewish leaders observe Muslim prayer during FFEU's 2013 Mission of Muslim and Jewish leaders from the Southern Hemisphere to Washington D.C.

  • Samia Hathroubi, FFEU European Programs Coordinator, leads GEMJL in its most recent press conference fighting rising Islamophobia and antisemitism in Europe. Click here to read more about the press conference and Samia's work.

  • European Mission of Imams and Rabbis, organized by FFEU, visits the Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C. in 2009.

  • Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) congratulates FFEU on 25 years of leadership in Black-Jewish relations at the Congressional reception celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 25th Anniversary of the FFEU. Watch the video clip here!

  • We are All Sons of Abraham- American Imams and Rabbis stand together to combat bigotry

  • Breaking Bread and Building Bridges: Amb. Ebrahim Rasool, of South Africa, welcomes international Muslim and Jewish Leaders to a brunch discussion on Abrahmic unity

  • FFEU's European affiliate (GEMJL) petitions the Council of Europe to rescind its ban circumcision

  • The European Mission of Imams and Rabbis to the United States, led by FFEU President Rabbi Marc Schneier,FFEU Chairman Russell Simmons, and Fiqh Council Chairman Dr. Muzzamil Siddiqi meets with Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Muslim-Jewish Relations


The FFEU has become the international address for Muslim-Jewish relations. Our Muslim-Jewish Programming takes place in over 30 countries and on all six populated continents through our signature program "The Weekend of Twinning."


Building off of The Weekend of Twinning, FFEU has initiated Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committees across North America. These locally run and organized committees will stand up for the other, learn about the other, and host cultural and social events.

Standing Up for the Other

FFEU is the international address for Muslim Jewish Relations and the national address for Black-Jewish relations. We are committed to the belief that direct dialogue between ethnic communities is the most effective path towards reconciliation.


Black-Jewish Relations


The FFEU was founded in 1989 for the purpose of restoring the historic alliance between African and Jewish Americans which reached its strongest point during the American Civil Rights Movement.


Latino Jewish Relations


The FFEU is working to understand, and improve relations between Latinos and Jews.


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