true or not?
To begin with, Nives, there is a confusion in your question when you ask if Jews consider themselves "to be" the superior religion. There is nothing in Torah or in Judaism to suggest that Jews are, or think themselves to be, better than any other people. In fact, a great many Jews are not religious at all and may even be staunch atheists. (Perhaps more surprisingly, even some religious Jews are atheists!) So to that question, the answer is simply "No." That doesn't mean there can't be any ethnocentrism among Jews, as there is among other peoples, but it's not about religion.
However, I think what you mean to ask is whether Jews think that we have the superior religion; that is, whether we think Judaism is superior to other religions. In my opinion, the answer you got to that question from goyourownway, to which you gave a thumbs up, is based on a misunderstanding not only of Judaism, but probably of religion in general:
"You can't believe in something if you don't think it's true. Therefore if you must believe your belief is correct, then all other conflicting beliefs must be wrong."
This answer suggests that belonging to any given religion is like holding a certain philosophy of life and a set of opinions associated with it, like being optimistic or pessimistic, liberal or conservative, believing in free will or some kind of determinism (genetic, astrological, whatever). But religion is not just a set of beliefs.
The Hebrew word for "faith" doesn't mean belief at all; it means faithfulness, like in a marriage. The fact that I give all my love and devotion to my wife, and not to any other woman, does not mean that I idealize my marriage as the best of all possible marriages. On the contrary, it means that I'm always seeking out where and how I can deepen it. So it can be with religion, and so it often is with Judaism. (Note that Jews pretty much never try to get others to convert to our religion.)
Yes we have our beliefs (and we argue endlessly about them, among ourselves far more than with people of other religions), and we may each be committed to our own unique understanding of our common tradition. But for us, our beliefs are sort of like the background context, while the core of our religion is to be found instead in the practices it mandates, (called "mitzvot").
So sure, there are more than a few Jews who think the tenets of Jewish religion as they understand them are true in a way that other religious beliefs (Jewish or otherwise) are not. But there is no statement of creed or doctrine that is universally accepted even among Orthodox Jews, and many Jews - including myself, though I lean toward orthodox - think that other religions can be as valid for their adherents as ours is for us; again, like marriages.
In fact, if were looking for a "superior religion," the first thing I would look at would not be what beliefs each religious system entails, but what kind of people it produces. But even that would have no effect on my commitment to Judaism, just as I would not leave my wife because someone "better" came along.
The word 'superior' has made some of your responders feel the need to explain that you shouldn't judge an entire group by the acts of any individuals who are part of that group, etc. But I think what you were ultimately getting at was asking if Jewish people think their religion is superior to other religions, as in the correct or true faith.
If that is what you meant, then the simple answer is, "Absolutely!" That's the point of belief and faith. You can't believe in something if you don't think it's true. Therefore if you must believe your belief is correct, then all other conflicting beliefs must be wrong.
So, yes, Jews believe their religion is the true religion, but - News Flash! - so does everyone else.
It's generally dangerous to (over)generalize or judge people by their race or religion.
FACT is, almost all major religions have their shares of tolerant as well as bigoted believers. This is true for Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism etc etc
So to answer your question, yes and no, there are definitely some Jewish believers who will assert themselves as "superior" - at the same time it is unfair to say that "Jewish people view themselves as the superior religion" as the great majority of them don't do that. Same goes for other religions, even Christianity.
Its mostly ethnic religions and nationalities but not always and that might be true for Jews located at the hearth of Judaism but i don't think so i have a friend who is a Jew and his girlfriend is Muslim so i don't think that they think that they are superior
no, i would think that muslims would not be territories, given that territories are pieces of land that are owned or under the government of certain people.
i would assume ALL religions veiw themselves as superior. they all think their right and better than the other ones out there, not just jewish people
lets member...... NOT ALL PPL ARE THE SAME..maybe some..for ex: couple muslims are territories NOT ALL:)
ya some do ...... as may say that jesus is a jew and christianity came from it
thanks thumbs up