Judaism generally recognizes that Christians and Moslems worship the same G-d that we do and those who follow the tenets of their religions can be considered righteous in the eyes of G-d.
Contrary to popular belief, Judaism does not maintain that Jews are better than other people.
The younger generations are divided on this subject but tend to keep their views to themselves.
It is simply a topic not commonly discussed and many people are not very receptive.
However, this argument collapses on itself because Muslim men can marry Christian women without either being forced to convert.
The same cannot be said for Muslim women because, according to Islamic law, they are not allowed to marry non-Muslims."I am an atheist born into a Muslim family and it's not something I can tell them either.
This discrimination that's been going on for the last few decades has strengthened Christians bonds and added to the ostracism of anyone who leaves the community.
Can love and romance overcome societal disapproval of interfaith marriages?
This question is asked by many Egyptians who are keeping relationships secret due to the fear of public backlash.
In the Islamic law, if a Christian woman ends up marrying a Muslim man, their children would grow up to be Muslims and Muslim women cannot, under any circumstances, marry a non-Muslim man because the children will take the father's religion.
Another argument also stems from a Islamic religious point of view.For this reason, many Coptic Christians reject the idea of interfaith marriages.