Young German Muslims sign up for own 'Birthright Israel' trip
Berlin-based Israeli Druze brings a group of young German Muslims, most of whom are grandchildren of Palestinian refugees, to explore intermarriage and other contentious issues in Israel.
In an unusually decrepit building smack in the heart of Tel Aviv's fashionable Rothschild Boulevard, a group of German Muslims, mostly women, listens attentively as former Labor Party MK Nadia Hilou analyzes the plight of minorities in Israel.
It is the final day of their 10-day visit to Israel and the West Bank, and not only are they exhausted, but the heat inside this long-abandoned edifice - a...
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