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With holidays, a vow for better Jewish, Muslim relations

Pledge follows rift surrounding mosque

Daniel Seriy (left), 6, and Avi Gold, 7, 'played' the origami shofars they made in preparation for Rosh Hashana at the Rashi School in Newton.
By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / September 12, 2007

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A group of local Jewish and Muslim leaders have signed a joint statement urging better relations between the two communities, which have suffered a serious rift over each other's response to controversial remarks by onetime leaders of a large mosque under construction in Roxbury. (Full article: 726 words)

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