Coexistence

Hebrew University SUMMER PLANS: Special Programs in ISRAEL – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Summer 2013

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ranked one of the Top 100 Universities in the World, is offering two awesome full-credit summer programs. The two programs are: InnovNation – An innovation program that exposes participants to the top entrepreneurs and high tech companies in the Start-Up Nation. View program brochure: www.innovNation.net/pdf Register Here | Facebook   Coexistence […]

February 20, 2013
One Passion A.C.T. for Peace: One Passion’s Khaled and N!ro’s come together @ The World Trade Centre for Peace

Israeli and Palestinian: Video Response to the Conflict in the Middle East- February 2013

February 6, 2013
MasterChef A.C.T. for Peace: Co-existence on the set of Master Chef – Israel

Contrary to early expectations, the closest friendship among the competitors of this season’s Israel’s Master Chef was formed between Elinor Rahamim, a Jewish settler from Tekoah (Gush Etzion) – an Israeli settlement in the northern Judean hills in the West Bank and Salma Fayumi, a Muslim nurse from Kfar Qasm. This unique combination didn’t surprise […]

January 29, 2013
20130115-161437.jpg Egyptian Soldiers Send Flirtatious Messages to Female IDF Personnel

Although women are in the minority when it comes to Israeli combat soldiers, they make up 55% of field intelligence officers, a number of which are stationed along the border with Egypt. Israel’s female soldiers are permitted to keep their hair long, pulled back in pony tails, making their sex easily identifiable. For Team Mor, […]

January 15, 2013
Haifa Peace Encouraging coexistence through art in Haifa

A walking tour through Haifa’s Arab quarter is an impressive display of art and artistic interpretations of life in Israel. “She goes to his grave, holding their newborn child,” said Asaf Ron, executive director for Haifa’s Beit HaGeffen Arab Jewish Cultural Center. “She asks how their son should be raised. ‘If I raise him Arab, […]

December 22, 2012
IDF Not the typical IDF soldier’s mom

Muslim Arab mother whose son serves in IDF says PM’s decision not to invade Gaza was ‘brave and right.’ Adds: If I was living in Gaza, I would have no rights Anet Haskia is not the typical mom of a soldier serving in the Israel Defense Forces. A Muslim Arab, who grew up in a […]

November 27, 2012