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Recognition due Sir, – As the parent of a Keshet graduate, I want to point out that no article about the Keshet School is complete without mentioning Ruti Lehavi, who first conceived the vision of a school that would address the divide in society between secular and religious communities (“Highlighting rather than hiding,” Cover, March 21). Her vision preceded Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, which occurred two months after the school opened.

Lehavi was awarded the 2005 Liebhaber Prize for the promotion of religious tolerance in Israel.

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