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For two women, one Jewish and one Muslim, the Israel-Hamas war is deeply personal. However, the two are coming together during this time of unspeakable pain and finding peace in one another. NBC News’ Blayne Alexander shares how their sisterhood is building trust and mutual respect between women of the two faiths.

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