3 thoughts on “Muslim-Jewish Dialogue Thrives at Princeton

  1. The Hillel at my campus is trying to get together some sort of Israel-focused meetings, and they too want the dialogue to be open to everyone, and to focus on culture.
    But eventually, doesn’t culture just…feed into politics?

  2. My school has a muslim-jewish dialogue group as well. When I asked to join they said they were “trying to keep the group small.” So apparently not EVERYONE is entitled to dialogue.

  3. The Jewish kids better watch each other’s backs because one of the Muslim kids may try to plunge a knife into a Jew to please Allah.

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