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Efforts to sow unity reap hope

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / March 19, 2006

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Amid escalating sectarian strife in Iraq, the enduring Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and violent Muslim protests over political cartoons, hope for religious harmony abroad often seems hopelessly naive. When vandals recently painted 10 black swastikas on a Jewish community center in Stoughton, even faith in tolerance at home seemed misplaced. (Full article: 818 words)

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