Larry Luxner wrote about an interfaith dinner that took place in February of this year.
...some 125 Muslims, Christians and Jews gathered at a Virginia mosque last week to enjoy traditional Arab food and discuss how to bring peace to a Middle East in turmoil.
Held in recognition of World Interfaith Week, the event took place at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque in Sterling. Also speaking were Rabbi Michael Holzman of NVHC;
At a gathering on November 21 for a session on sharia and halacha, participants heard words from Imam Mohamed Magid and Rabbi Michael Holzman. The article details the words of the Imam.
He described how, linguistically, "sharia" means "source of water," and encompasses not only the practice of Islam, but belief in God and the Scriptures, etc. "To believe in the Torah is sharia," he said.
So, was the food served at the interfaith dinner that took place in February kosher?
And here's a Kuwaiti preacher sharing his views on Jews to his captive audience.