Jewish and Muslim community leaders have joined forces in a "landmark" challenge to hate crime in Scotland.
The Muslim Council of Scotland and the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities said they were determined to address Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
They have published a list of aims that includes challenging hate online and prejudicial reporting by the media.
The Scottish government is currently reviewing hate crime legislation in Scotland.
The two faith groups said they wanted to help shape future laws on the issue and have unveiled a "communique" which also sets out plans for a Muslim/Jewish Women's Network and calls for a "culturally sensitive" and "faith specific" social care service.