The Quran makes it very clear, Muslims must bring the true religion to those without the True God. It specifies tho that ‘the People of the Book, the Abrahamic religions of Christianity and Judaism are followers of the true God and not to be converted or converted. The Ottoman taxed non Turks but in return exempted them from the military service required of Turkish citizens. This exemption lasted until the end of the World War when Turkey was losing badly and began to ask Dhimmi to enlist. This provoked the first great migration of Palestinians, primarily Christian, to the West.
On another point made about Andalusia, all Ottoman towns, including Jerusalem, were divided into religious quarters, allowing processions, special music, foods, etc to be enjoyed openly and freely in each. This is now changing. We see this in Jerusalem today, tho Jewish groups are moving into other quarters and there is a more modern renter’s market for Special places. But still people process and sing in their own neighbirhoods, holiday foods are sold and served there. I lived in a modern day Jewish neighborhood in Rabat where Jews lived freely. The key point is that the Andalusian saved and gave a home to Jews fleeing Christian persecution during the cruelty of the Christian Inquisitiin.