Jews and Arabs learn side-by-side at Israeli school

10/31/2011 | San Antonio Express-News

Hand in Hand schools strive to ease tensions between the two ethnic groups in the Middle East by having high-school students from different cultures attend classes together. As part of their education, the students become fluent in each others' languages. The program currently is taking a five-city U.S. tour to promote its efforts. "It's a lot more than just a school," said a Jewish teen, Yael Keinan, 16.

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