Italian Minister of Culture and Tourism, Mr. Massimo Bray, hosted by Tiph in Hebron, walked near Beit Hadassah, where he was met and greeted by David Wilder, spokesman for Hebron''s Jewish Community. Following brief introductions, the minister toured the Hebron Heritage Museum and visited the community''s dav-care center. The visit was very positive. It was suggested that perhaps an Italian-sponsored project, spearheaded by the minister, could try and bridge the gap between Arabs and Jews in Hebron. The project could deal with common culture between both Arabs and Jews. 

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Hebron''s Jewish community welcomes such visits and hopes that other international leaders, particularly those from the EU, will follow in Minister Bray''s footsteps, following his example, and meet with Hebron community leaders.





 


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