Only in America

From Deseret News, this story about a Lebanese Muslim student, Mustapha El Akkari, the first non-LDS student body president at Brigham Young University in Hawaii.

It is a commonplace in some circles to consider tolerance a negligible virtue, although one can easily think of dozens of countries around the world where a bit more tolerance would be very welcome. This article shows why tolerance is still the kind of thing that can put a big, fat lump in one's throat.

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