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Two-sided education
ByATARA BECK
October 4, 2012 10:12
"Kvutzat Hashahar," a group of mentally challenged adults, joins high-school girls from around the country on a meaningful trip to Poland.
Japanese Ambassador to Israel Hideo Sato

Kvutzat Hashahar 521. (photo credit:Courtesy Maurice Kalfon)

‘I have a heavy heart, but I’m growing. I will never forget about the Jews that were murdered here,’ asserted one of 27 participants in the third annual week-long trip to Poland for intellectually disabled adults organized by the Welfare and Social Services Ministry.

Esther Barabash, head of the delegation, said it was a very successful mission that served a double purpose.

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