Mormons unite Muslims, Jews at BYU’s Jerusalem Center

On Thanksgiving eve, a common table was set for members of two often-at-odds religious groups (Muslims and Jews) in a place riddled with conflict (Jerusalem) staged at a site sponsored by a third faith (Mormons).

The diners — all workers at Brigham Young University’s Jerusalem Center — came together to commemorate the center’s 25th anniversary.

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