As the sun sets on March 30, Jewish communities around the world will celebrate the festival of Passover. The holiday commemorates the Hebrews' liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt. A few days before the start of the holiday, a New York-based interfaith organization hosted a unique event where Jews were joined by Muslims in Passover festivities. And the celebration happened at an unlikely venue – a mosque. Aunshuman Apte reports from New York.