Disqualification of Jews as Witness against Christians

“Since many judges in course of determining litigation addressed us, needing our oracle in order that it will be revealed to them what must be decided about heretic witnesses, whether their testimonies should be accepted or rejected, we determine that there should be no participation of a heretic, or even of those who practice the Jewish superstition, in testimonies against Orthodox litigants, whether one party to the trial is Orthodox or the other. We grant, however, to the heretics and to the Jews, that whenever they shall deem fit to have litigation among themselves they shall have mixed agreement and even witnesses worthy of the litigants …”

Source: Council of Center on Jewish – Christian Relations