In 1999 thanks to a very good friend from Jerusalem I had the chance to visit Hebron where I felt really touched by that ghostly neighbourhood near the Tomb and the ultra-orthodox settlement. I'm aware I'm talking from a far and different perspective (I'm from Barcelona), but I do really think that only empathy and knowledge of the diversity which surrounds us will make us more free and human. That's what education should mainly mean in my opinion.
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from the article: How school trips to Hebron resemble visits to Auschwitz