Nirenberg, David. “Love between Muslim and Jew,” in Neighboring Faiths: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism in the Middle Ages and Today, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), p. 35-54. Primary Source on of Jewish travel account from Muslim Spain across the Islamic World: Read sections on Baghdad, Cairo, Alexandria, and Sicily – use the links in the table of contents: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/14981/14981-h/14981-h.htm -Write your Primary Source Reading Response on this source selection (you can focus on one section or the selection as a whole). Think about what this source can tell you and how his background, a Jewish scholar who lived in Muslim lands, might influence the perspectives in his narrative. What can this tell us about the history of the Medieval Muslim World and inter-religious relations? WRITE AN ANALYSIS OF THE DOCUMENT EXPLAINING WHAT HISTORICAL INFORMATION AND ARGUMENTS CAN BE MADE BY USING THIS DOCUMENT AS EVIDENCE. STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO ADDRESS ISSUES OF AUTHORSHIP, AUDIENCE, AND BIAS WHEN DISCUSSING THE PRIMARY SOURCE.