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I have a theory that might help to explain these surprising results: Both Jewish and Moslem Americans are minorities who know what it’s like to balance identities. They are able to maintain a religious and historical connection to their homeland, even in the face of a deep loyalty to America. And they express this as a strong belief in the principles of pluralism.
This is a concept that can be difficult for Israelis to grasp, as they fight for their survival in a hostile neighborhood. But it’s one we all need to champion as central to our increasingly global future.
— Jay Ruderman