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Muslim, Jewish Musicians Reunite After Decades Aparti
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November 21, 2012 9:11 PM
Every year, the Arabian Sights Film Festival in Washington, D.C., presents new movies from the Arab world. This year’s highlight was El Gusto, a documentary about a group of Muslim and Jewish musicians torn apart by history 50 years ago and reunited recently by their common passion. VOA’s Julie Taboh has a report.

Muslim, Jewish Musicians Reunite After Decades Apart

Published November 21, 2012

Every year, the Arabian Sights Film Festival in Washington, D.C., presents new movies from the Arab world. This year’s highlight was El Gusto, a documentary about a group of Muslim and Jewish musicians torn apart by history 50 years ago and reunited recently by their common passion. VOA’s Julie Taboh has a report.


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