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The Wonder of Brotherly Concern: By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

The Wonder of Brotherly Concern: By Rabbi Allen S. Maller

  Stories can be fiction or true. Some stories are true because they accurately describe a unique event that happened a certain time and place. Other stories are events that once happened and have subsequently been dramatized by creative minds or faithful hearts. Archetypical stories that have been retold over the course of thousands of […]

Jewish people give Muslims key to their synagogue after town’s mosque burns down

Jewish people give Muslims key to their synagogue after town’s mosque burns down

Jewish people in a small Texas city handed Muslim worshippers the keys to their synagogue after the town’s only mosque was destroyed in a fire. The Victoria Islamic Centre burned down on Saturday and had previously been burgled—the cause is being investigated by federal officials. But the town’s Muslim population will not be without a place […]

The Forgotten Stories of Muslims Who Saved Jewish People During the Holocaust

The Forgotten Stories of Muslims Who Saved Jewish People During the Holocaust

Even in the darkest times, there are heroes—though sometimes they may be the people we least expect. That’s the message a global nonprofit group hopes to spread Friday on Holocaust Remembrance Day, when it displays a small exhibit in a New York synagogue highlighting the little-known stories of Muslims who risked their lives to rescue […]