The elizabethans were very patriotic and inclined to distrust foreigners, espeically from about 1570 onwards when the Pope excommunicated Elizabeth, and declared it was not a sin to kill her. This caused much anti-Catholic feeling, and the Catholic religion increasingly became identified with foreign interference.
Non-christians would have been a rarity in England I would think, and Othello would probably seem like a very exotic foreigner to the English.
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