Settlers and Palestinians to hold joint prayer vigil

August 2, 2015 12:43


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A joint Israeli and Palestinian prayer vigil will be held Sunday night at 6 PM at Gush Etzion junction.

The event is being organized by Shorashim/Judur, a movement of Jews and Palestinians who live in the West Bank.

A number of rabbis and sheikhs will participate in the vigil at 6 PM at Gush Etzion junction, including Rabbi Yaakov Meidan who heads Har Etzion Yeshiva, Rabbi Dov Zinger who heads Makor Haim yeshiva high school, Rabbi Yaakov Nagen of the Otniel yeshiva, Sheikh Ibrahim Abu Hawa and Ali Abu Awwad.

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