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Getting to know the neighbors

Shi'ite center plans to grow and teach about faith, culture

By Eun Lee Koh
Globe Staff / June 24, 2004

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On a recent afternoon, Mahmud Jafri, a founder of the only Shi'ite Muslim center in New England, was mingling with Jewish leaders and fellow Muslims under a canopy of trees at his Dover home. His wife, Zeba, refilled the salad greens. Guests sipped icewater and nibbled on grilled meats. It was just another Sunday barbecue. (Full Article: 1067 Words)

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