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Imam Ibrahim Sayar during a call to prayer last month at a former Catholic church in Revere that is being converted into a mosque at a cost of nearly $1 million.

In dispute, cultures meet

By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / March 1, 2006

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A bitter battle over a Roxbury mosque being built by the Islamic Society of Boston has deeply chilled Muslim-Jewish relations in Boston. But elsewhere in the region, interfaith activities and thoughtful dialogue between the two groups are blossoming, according to imams, rabbis, and lay people from both communities. (Full article: 1006 words)

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