In line for coexistence

Most customers in the Rami Levy store in Gush Etzion speak positively of Jews and Arabs shopping together.

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May 10, 2012 15:52
Rami Levy

Rami Levy 521. (photo credit: Courtesy: Rami Levy)

 
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As the throng of cashiers gathers around the customer service desk to schmooze on a quiet Sunday morning, the banter exchanged is constantly changing, often mid-sentence, between Hebrew and Arabic.

Welcome to Gush Etzion’s Rami Levy supermarket, a microcosmic glimpse of what true coexistence might look like one day between Jews and Arabs whose daily lives in this part of the country are often intertwined.

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