Boston bombing is a chance for the city's Jews and Muslims to get closer
Many of Boston's Jews are hoping thatout of the tragic events of last week, we can find opportunities to enrich our relationships with Boston’s vibrant and diverse Muslim community.
Last week was a painful one for Boston, for my family and thousands of others. My wife and I raised three boys who sold Diet Coke and peanuts in the grandstands at Fenway Park, and cheered on the Celtics at Boston Garden. And for many years we stood together each April and applauded – just as the victims of the