The Quran does not advocate for the killing of innocent people, including Jews, women, or children. In fact, the Quran explicitly prohibits the killing of innocent people in several verses. For instance, Surah Al-Ma'idah (5:32) states, "Whoever kills a person [unjustly]...it is as though he has killed all of mankind. And whoever saves a life, it is as though he had saved all of mankind."
The Quran also emphasizes the importance of justice and compassion, even towards those who may be considered enemies. Surah Al-Mumtahanah (60:8) states, "Allah does not forbid you from dealing kindly and fairly with those who have neither fought nor driven you out of your homes. Indeed, Allah loves those who deal with fairness."
It's important to note that some verses in the Quran, when taken out of context, can be misinterpreted to justify violence. However, when interpreted within the broader context of the Quran and Islamic teachings, it becomes clear that the Quran does not condone the killing of innocent people.
The verses that are often cited to support the claim that the Quran promotes violence against Jews are typically taken from historical accounts of battles between the early Muslims and their enemies. These verses should be understood within their historical context and not as general commands to kill innocent people.
Islam, like all major religions, has a long and complex history, and there have been instances where Muslims have committed violence in the name of their religion. However, it is important to remember that these acts do not represent the true teachings of Islam, which emphasize peace, justice, and compassion.