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Jewishwand Muslim students are
trying to work together to overcome
ethnic stereotypes through a re-
cently-formed. student group.
Jews and Muslims for Better
Understanding (JAM) hopes to ease
ethnic tensions through discussions,
field trips and sharing customs.
"The goal is to bring together
Jewish and Muslim students to de-
velop constructive dialogue between
students," said Muhammad Farha,
an LSA senior and JAM member.
Members of the University's Is-
lamic Circle made the first move in
establishing a dialogue.
They contacted members of Hil-
lel, the Jewish student organization,
to express concern after the Hillel
building suffered racially-motivated
vandalism.
"I was touched and appreciated
this initial contact by the Islamic
Circle," said Ken Goldstein, a Rack-
ham student and chair of Hillel's
governing board.
The two groups met subsequently
and held productive discussions,
Farha said.
"It's not about the Arab-Israeli
conflict, it's about giving each other
support. Only since modern Zionism

Cosgrove, ansLSA senior and mem-
ber of Hillel's governing board.
After improving understanding
between the two groups by stressing
the religious and cultural similari-
ties, JAM will attempt to objectively
address the Arab-Israeli conflict,
Farha said.
"We want to allay any misunder-
standings and stereotypes through
this dialogue," he added.
Syed Ahmed, an LSA senior and
JAM founder, said, "We would like
to have discussions without going
overboard."
The organization will hold meet-
ings and field trips to promote un-
derstanding between the two groups.
The two groups will also attend each
other's religious services.
Members also plan to work to-
gether to understand the war in the
former Yugoslavia.
"Both Jews and Muslims have
faced persecution and we are
touched by human rights violations,"
Cosgrove noted.
Although the Jewish and Muslim
communities founded the organiza-
tion, the group is open to all stu-
dents.

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