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Stranger doesn't seem like a very modern word. It doesn't fit the image of a global village of mutual understanding. Instead it brings to mind some primitive settlement where people live in constant fear of outsiders.

Maybe that's why we find these words from the Old Testament of the Bible so remarkable: "Love ye therefore the stranger." The Old Testament also gives a number of instructions about the care and hospitality to be extended to the stranger. One of these is followed by the comment "for ye know the heart of a stranger, seeing ye were strangers in the land of Egypt."

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