Annual Arab-Jewish soccer tournament held at Wingate

Main aim of the 'Know Your Neighbor' program is to bring together different sectors of society and to abolish prejudice.

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June 16, 2009 04:10
Annual Arab-Jewish soccer tournament held at Wingate

arab jew soccer 248.88. (photo credit: Tahel Azulay )

 
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The annual national mixed Arab and Jews teams tournament organized by the the Education and Social Project of Hapoel Tel Aviv, Cherish Our Children International and the Bridgeway Foundation was held on Monday at the Wingate Institute. The main aim of the 'Know Your Neighbor' program is to bring together different sectors of society and to abolish prejudice. The program brings together groups of children from the Arab and Jewish sectors in order for them to get to know one another and to create mixed teams.

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