Love Despite Opposition: An Italian Jew and Pakistani Muslim

Personal narrative by an interfaith Italian Jewish-Pakastani Muslim couple who are determined to

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The Lone Muslim at Passover Camp

Rameez describes her experience at Passover Camp, and being the only Muslim among Jews.

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A Star of David in a Land of the Crescent

Personal narrative by a Jewish woman whose family was living in the MIddle East, where she fell in love with a Muslim man, but realized that the pressure of being surrounded by his family and culture, with its differing societal expectations, would be

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A Brilliant Exploration of the Spiritual Font of Three Faiths A

Review of Marlena Thompson’s A Brilliant Exploration of the Spiritual Font of Three Faiths: A Review of Abraham, which focuses on Abraham as the common spiritual originator of Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

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Avoiding Bicultural Schizophrenia

Personal narrative by the daughter of a Saudi man and a Jewish woman who was raised as a Jew, describing how she is always made to feel like “a freak”, and how she wishes Jews and Muslims had more face-to-face contact.

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Common Values Shared between a Jew and a Muslim

Personal narrative from a Jewish woman married to a Muslim man sharing how they negotiate their faiths, and how they teach their child to be a good person.

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Can History and Scripture Repair Jewish-Muslim Relations?

A new book on Islam for Jews shows the study of history as a path toward reconciliation.

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Dispatch from the Institute: So You Think You’ve Got Problems?

Review of Forbidden Marriages in the Holy Land, by Michael Khleifi. a film about relationships between people of various religions in the Middle East, and how they, their friends, and families respond and cope.

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Interfaith Spiritual Direction: A How-To Manual

Review of Show Me Your Way: The Complete Guide to Exploring Interfaith Spiritual Direction by Howard A. Addison, shows how members of all faiths can gain spiritual guidance from one another.

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