for years. great idea. such an initiative would help young israeli-arabs integrate better into mainstream society by feeling part of that society, instead of being on the fringe. eventually, this should lead to a more cohesive society and even, dare i say it, a hope for real coexistence rather than co-antagonism. plus, they will actually be providing a valuable service and investing in their own future and that of their communities. and the same goes for the ultra-orthodox - it's about time they started becoming paid-up members of the society they live in. good luck reuven gal!
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