Rabbi Arthur Schneier

Finding Kinship in Muslim Senegal

By Rabbi Arthur Schneier

It was a moment of mutual discovery.There I was, an American rabbi in a business suit and yarmulke, standing in a tropical garden in the African nation of Senegal, shaking hands with a dozen-odd colorfully dressed imams and sheiks and wondering what they would say next. I was in Dakar, the capital, for meetings of the United Nations AllianceRead More

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