Q. My daughter, 10, goes to a Jewish day school, but her best friend is a non-Jewish neighbor. Should I be concerned? What should I tell her?
A. There might be underlying reason for concern, though not specifically because her BFF isn’t an MOT (Member of the Tribe).
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Thursday, May 13, 2010
Hammerman on Ethics: Should I be concerned about my kid's non-Jewish friend?
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