Both Feeling Threatened, American Muslims and Jews Join Hands

The New York Times’ Laurie Goodstein reports, “Jolted into action by a wave of hate crimes that followed the election victory of Donald J. Trump, American Muslims and Jews are banding together in a surprising new alliance.” Groups such as the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council are leading the effort. In one show of unity at Drew University in New Jersey, 500 Muslim and Jewish women gathered on Sunday to study religious texts and practice self-defense.

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