This is a great story of friendship between people of different faiths. I especially appreciate this paragraph:
The three say they became close not by avoiding or glossing over their conflicts, but by running straight at them. They put everything on the table: the verses they found offensive in one another’s holy books, anti-Semitism, violence in the name of religion, claims by each faith to have the exclusive hold on truth, and, of course, Israel.
This week (Thanksgiving and Eid Al-Adha) presents a unique opportunity for Muslims and Christians (and Jews) to celebrate their holidays together – to learn from one another while enjoying each other.
HT: E-Baad-E news