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Interfaith colleagues and friends

MONIR LUDIN, an experienced navigator of detours, arrives 20 minutes before his friend Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav, whose bike route is compromised by construction on 13th Ave. The 56-year-old Muslim is no stranger to obstacles, whether religious, political, geographical or societal. Ludin’s father, a Princeton-educated Afghan diplomat and fierce anti-communist, endured many upheavals during the Soviet-Afghanistan […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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