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    Group Helps Young Muslims and Jews Find Common Groundi
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    January 18, 2013 1:11 AM
    Young Muslims and Jews are making friendships through an organization that builds one-on-one relationships between the two communities. The group is called NewGround, and Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that it's building bridges.

    Group Helps Young Muslims and Jews Find Common Ground

    Published January 17, 2013

    Young Muslims and Jews are making friendships through an organization that builds one-on-one relationships between the two communities. The group is called NewGround, and Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles that it's building bridges.


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