One might wonder how a documentary interviewing academics and other experts about survey data could possibly be interesting. Even I--a former academic who enjoys this stuff--had trouble imagining how it would work. But [Inside Islam] does.
Members of each faith lived in communities that were often separate yet intertwined. Jewish, Muslim and Christian courts enforced separate laws. But Jewish merchants plied their trade to Christians and Muslims – and vice versa. A Muslim ruler appointed a Jewish scholar to head his army. Christian rulers from Europe sent their finest scholars to study in Al-Andalus. [Cities of Light]