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Beyond The Dreidel: The Songs Of Hanukkah — And How They've Changed

Who says Christmas gets all the fun music? Josh Kun, of the Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation, talks the evolution of Hanukkah music — from traditional Hebrew to hits fit for the club.
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We Must Differentiate Between Violent And Non-Violent Muslims, Christian Leader Says

Linda Wertheimer talks to Southern Baptist Convention leader Russell Moore about whether he worries the shooters' Muslim faith will make things difficult for other American Muslims.
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LA Police Official Makes It A Priority To Reach Out To Muslim Communities

Linda Wertheimer talks to Deputy Chief Michael Downing, commanding officer of the counterterrorism and special operations bureau at the LA Police Department, about his mission to connect with Muslims.
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Calif. Mosque Gets Negative Attention After Shooters Are ID'd As Muslims

After the terrorist attacks in Paris and the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., there have been many ugly words about Muslims in America over the past several weeks.
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Apocalypse Chow: We Tried Televangelist Jim Bakker's 'Survival Food'

Jim Bakker preaches that a catastrophe is imminent and will bring major food shortages. His "Survival Food" buckets sell for up to $4,500. We tested the contents of one for you.
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With Food And Friendship, Sikh Group Reaches Out To Montgomery Co. Educators

After a man who may have mistook Sikhs for Muslims attacked a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in 2012, students in Montgomery County, Maryland, started a group to educate their peers and teachers about their religion. Sikh Kid-to-Kid aims to prevent bullying and acts of violence in Montgomery County schools.

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Reaction From Muslims In Southern California

The shooters in the San Bernardino attack were Muslim. Steve Inskeep speaks with Jihad Turk, imam and president of Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School, about reaction among the Muslim community.
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Questions Surround Actions Of Calif. Mass Shooting Suspects

Steve Inskeep talks to Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Los Angeles. And, Linda Wertheimer talks to Paul Barrett of Bloomberg BusinessWeek.
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Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Center Honors First U.S. Soldier

Israel's holocaust memorial and research center honors a U.S. soldier for the first time for his role in protecting Jewish prisoners of war in a German camp in World War II.
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Black Pastor Calls Trump Meeting A 'Get-Played Moment'

Trump had said he'd be endorsed by 100 black religious leaders at a Monday press conference. Instead, there was a 2 1/2-hour meeting, with requests for apologies — and Trump gave none.

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