What we're about

Reflecting → Connecting → Inspiring


We are a grassroots community where Jews, Muslims, and all are welcome. We build relationships to stand against hate through shared values and social action.


We believe what we share is more powerful than what divides us:

Peace שָׁלוֹם سلام

We envision a city, nation, and world where no one is feared, marginalized, hated, attacked, and killed because of who they are.

We recognize, challenge, and respond to prejudice, bigotry, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, discrimination, and violence.

We love our neighbors by preventing and responding to hateful incitement, interpersonal and institutional violence.

Learning علم‎‎ יֶדַע

We encourage curiosity, respect, and education for communal transformation.

We commit to building relationships and mobilizing voices to seek knowledge.

We reflect on our identities by celebrating and teaching Muslim and Jewish traditions.

Giving Back زكاة‎‎ צדקה

We leverage our skills and talents through unique events.

We build on the momentum of social justice and civil rights movements.

We embrace freedom, justice, and dignity for all, including the most disadvantaged.

What We Do

We organize monthly events, ongoing programs, and annual celebrations to serve as a model for interfaith collaboration and solidarity.

*NYC MJSC is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit independent community organization. We are not affiliated with any political or religious institution. Our events and programs are always open to all identities inclusive of faith, culture, ethnicity, race, political affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc.


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Upcoming events (1)

Lunch and Discussion at YAMA, the Yemeni American Merchants Association

Yemeni American Merchants Association

In order to attend this event, you must purchase a ticket here: https://loveyourneighboratyama.eventbrite.com Meet Dr. Debbie Almontaser and other change makers behind the Yemeni American Merchants Association -YAMA, a one year old organization whose incredible birth story is the result of the Yemeni Bodega Strike that drew thousands of people to Brooklyn Borough Hall on the first anniversary of the Muslim ban. YAMA is now at the forefront of the struggle, working day and night leading the fight for the rights of Yemeni Americans, a community that has been terribly affected by the ban. Join the Muslim Community Network and the Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee to hear the YAMA stories, and enjoy together a discussion and a delicious Yemeni lunch. All proceeds from this event will be donated to YAMA, the Yemeni American Merchants Association. If you can't afford the ticket but would like to attend please email [masked]. The Muslim-Jewish Solidarity Committee's Love Your Neighbor Program is generously supported by Islamic Relief USA.

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