United by prayer

The Elijah Interfaith Institute has brought together Christians, Muslims and Jews to explore the power of supplication in the holy city.

By ARIEL HENDELMAN
August 21, 2014 09:55
The Elijah Interfaith Institute

The Elijah Interfaith Institute has brought together Christians, Muslims and Jews to explore the power of supplication in the holy city. (photo credit: ARIEL HENDELMAN)

 
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