Muslim-Jewish Ties in U.S. Flourish, but Skeptics Make Their Mark

Activists on both sides say the new harmony has staying power barring another Gaza war. That hasn't stopped some Muslims and Jews from charging NGO leaders with ulterior motives.

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NEW YORK — The Muslim-Jewish relationship in America appears to be flowering as it never has before, with ties burgeoning at the grass roots and among leaders. But is this a tipping point?