What if you’re not Jewish?
The question has been asked to Jewish Americans in every part of the world since President Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord.
Trump’s action has caused outrage in Jewish communities across the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
But this question may be a bit different in the United Arab Emirates, where many people are still reeling from the news of Trump’s declaration.
What if I don’t know what to do about it?
“We’re all in this together,” says Ali Mohammed, who is from Abu Dhabi.
“We are all Muslims, we’re all Arab, and we all need to live together and live together in peace.”
It’s not just the U.A.E., where many Jews live.
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Emirates, there are around 1.3 million Jews and around 1 million Muslims living in the Emirates.
But it’s not only the Jewish community that is struggling.
Many Arabs have been forced to adapt to the changing times.
Many Jews have faced difficulties adjusting to the modern world.
“There’s a lot of fear around here because people think we’re going to go extinct, or we’re not going to be able to afford a house, or things like that,” says Mohamed.
“But the truth is we are in a very good place.”
The story of how Muslims in the UAE are adapting to the changes in the region is not an isolated one.
The U.S. is one of only three nations that do not allow dual citizenship.
It is also the only country where it is a crime to marry someone of a different religion.
And while there are many Muslims in Dubai, the majority are Christian, with many Muslims from South Asia and Eastern Europe.
So what can Jews in the U.” do to keep up with the changing face of the Arab world?
There are many ways Jews can remain involved.
They can remain a part of local communities that have been left behind by the rest of the country.
For example, many Jews in Dubai are part of a local council, which is a kind of umbrella group of Muslim leaders.
This allows them to help the Muslim community.
They can stay active in their local mosque.
The Al Aqsa Mosque is one place Jews can practice their faith without fear of being attacked.
There are also many Jewish schools that offer religious studies, which includes Jewish studies courses.
But it is also possible to be involved in the community and make a difference in the lives of others.
There is a great deal of work to be done in the Middle East and many of the challenges facing Jewish communities in the Arab and Muslim world are very real.
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