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Learning to live together is child's play [VIDEO]
By Molly Livingstone   
January 19, 2009

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At the YMCA Peace Preschool in Jerusalem, coexistence is a normal part of life. Arab and Jewish children play side by side, learning together without prejudice or conflict. The preschool has been running for 25 years already, and is just one of many vital coexistence projects taking place throughout Israel.

One day, parents and teachers hope, this will be a reality for all Jewish and Arab children living in Israel.

 

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