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Spiritual Life

Post-9/11, faiths rallied to protect Muslims

Author Gustav Niebuhr told an audience in Newton that far from being a nation locked in religious civil war, we are in the midst of ''a growing countertrend to religious intolerance.'' Author Gustav Niebuhr told an audience in Newton that far from being a nation locked in religious civil war, we are in the midst of ''a growing countertrend to religious intolerance.'' (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
By Rich Barlow
August 16, 2008

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After the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, leaders in New Brunswick, N.J., had an immediate concern: protecting their Muslim neighbors. (Full article: 707 words)

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