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Tucson Religious Leaders Unite to Defend Muslim Community

Catholic bishop, rabbi, Muslim leader: Similarities far outweigh differences.

Tucson Religious Leaders
Nancy Montoya, AZPM
While there are conflicts around the world in the name of religion, three religious leaders in Tucson want the community to know they are working together to nurture tolerance, acceptance and compassion.

Listen to the conversation among Rabbi Sam Cohon of Temple Emanu-El, Ahmed Meiloud, president of the Tucson Islamic Center and Bishop Gerald Kicanas of the Tucson Catholic Diocese:


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