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They are typically the ones attending religious services and shuttling children to and from religious school.Now, about 30 percent of Jews are married to someone outside the faith.American Muslims are going through a similar transition, one that could profoundly change the Muslim experience in the United States.When it comes to intermarriage, Muslims are becoming the new Jews.About a century ago, when hundreds of thousands of Jews were immigrating to the United States, only about 1 percent, by some estimates, married non-Jews.