The city of Mosul is considered as a model of religious and national coexistence between different religions and sectors through what we found of the population fabric and the urban fabric where we notice the existence of the role of Jews and Christians between the role of Muslims and we find the highest level of peaceful and community coexistence and the influence of the population fabric by customs, traditions, civil and cultural exchange has reached the highest level of familiarity and brotherhood and the best evidence for that is the Holy Qur’an in the words of the Most High in His decisive Book (And We made you into peoples and tribes so that you may know each other.
The city of Mosul included the role of the Jews in the neighborhoods of the Jews (Al-Ahmadiyya) in the lintels of its doors, the tops of its windows, the deaf ones, and the walls of its rooms. Writings in the Hebrew language and the well-known Hebrew script in the codification of religious texts were often. In this study, we have translated and analyzed the writings and inscriptions found in these houses. The study was divided into multiple topics to show the language and the Hebrew script on the doors and entrances of the houses that were inhabited by the Jews in the city of Mosul and to study them from an aesthetic, heritage and archaeological point of view.