Interfaith Voices: Extending a hand to the ‘stranger’

At a time when the United States has become an unwelcoming, even frightening place for many different groups, I feel called to write as both an American and a Jew, feeling a strong alignment between this country’s foundational principles and the teachings of my faith.

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