African and Middle Eastern food store Al Basha grocery in Tucson, Arizona is now proud to provide an “opportunity for people to see each other as real people, and have a normal interaction with people who ordinarily might not interact in their day-to-day lives,” according to regular shopper Jesse Davis, who was intrigued to come to a store which offered kosher products in a halal environment. The store endeavors to create dialogue and relationships between Muslim and Jewish communities. Conversation ranges from trying new products to how religious people of different faiths cope with adversity. While some Jews and Muslims stay away from the store because of this open community, the Muslim owners are proud to be welcoming of everyone as they discover instead of their differences, all that they have in common. Read more here.