Igniting hope

A fire fueled by hate unites a determined community in the Pat neighborhood.

December 4, 2014 17:28
The Max Rayne Hand in Hand Center for Bilingual Education

Graffiti at the Max Rayne Hand in Hand Center for Bilingual Education.. (photo credit: COURTESY TAG MEIR)


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Little evidence remains of an arson attack Saturday that scorched a classroom complex in one of Israel’s few integrated Arab-Jewish schools.

Shortly after Arabic and Hebrew books were piled in the center of a classroom and set ablaze, a team from the Jerusalem Municipality quickly restored the floor, ceiling, walls and windows.


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