In an article published by USA Today, Hand in Hand (an Israel organization seed funded by the Sabrina Merage Foundation) is featured for its unique model and culture of acceptance and understanding.

The article reads: “Amid ongoing violence between Palestinians and Israelis, a school in this city seems more determined than ever to teach Arab and Jewish children about coexistence. In a sunny playground here just 3 miles south of Tel Aviv, children paint recycled tires in vibrant colors and refurbish wooden furniture to beautify a place that many in the community say is their best chance at a peaceful future.”

Read the full article here.

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