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Jewish Museum shows the power of love

A quirky and quietly profound exhibition displays crowd-sourced objects that cross religious boundaries

By Sameer Rahim  
Fieldgate Street Synagogue window, from inside East London Mosque

Fieldgate Street Synagogue window, from inside East London Mosque

Arriving at the Jewish Museum in North London, I had my bag searched before I was let through the reinforced metal door. The tight security was a grim reminder of the threat Jews still face, even in London, even in 2015. In Copenhagen on Sunday, a gunman killed a Jewish man on security duty outside the city’s Great Synagogue, and the number of anti-Semitic incidents is rising in Europe. At the same…

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