Oasis of Peace: An Interfaith Village in Israel

September 28, 2011

by Kim Lawton from Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Nestled in the hills between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem is a small village called the Oasis of Peace—in Hebrew, Neve Shalom and in Arabic, Wahat al-Salam. While the Middle East conflict continues to churn all around, here they are trying to create a different reality, one that says Israelis and Arabs can live side-by-side in peace. Click here to watch the video


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