[Cincinnati Enquirer] Muslims & Jews have Strong History of Mutual Support

by Shakila Ahmad, Opinion Contributor / Photo: The Enquirer/Cara Owsley

 As I reflect upon the past two centuries of Jewish life in Cincinnati, I begin with my earliest recollections of moving to this region as a child. At that time, there were so few Muslim families that we could count the numbers on one hand. Being an immigrant minority compelled us to establish communities that sustained our traditions and culture, allowing us to thrive. Decades later, our vibrant Muslim American presence in the region parallels so much of the Jewish experience. Read more>


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