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These women spread the word on religious tolerance

Book clubs bind Jews, Christians, and Muslims

By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / October 21, 2006

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NEWTON -- The 14 women sitting in an outdoor hut, or sukkot , for the Jewish harvest holiday may not be related, but they call themselves the Daughters of Abraham or spiritual sisters. They're gathered in a tight circle discussing sukkot and one of this month's book club picks -- "The Ornament of the World: How Muslims, Jews , and ... (Full article: 1009 words)

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