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From left, Siama Muhammed of Newton, Margie Klein of Brookline, Hossam Aljabri of Randolph, and Gabriel Sliverman of Allston were part of an interfaith group meeting to discuss their religions at Brookline’s Moishe House.

Jews, Muslims work to keep local dialogue going

Emphasis is on longterm goals

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / July 18, 2006

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Local Jews and Muslims are working hard to keep their interfaith groups alive and communications open as the Middle East conflict deepens. (Full article: 664 words)

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