A Jewish-Muslim Internet radio station was launched in Britain. Salaam Shalom Radio, which began operating in Bristol on Feb. 1, will broadcast music and programs highlighting different aspects of Jewish and Muslim life to “allow two cultures which have been linked for thousands of years to talk together and share their experiences,” according to the station’s Web site. The Internet radio station is the main focus of the Salaam Shalom project, designed to help encourage dialogue and understanding between the Muslim and Jewish communities in Bristol and beyond.
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