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More than 300 activists and kids involved in the Jerusalem Kids4Peace nonprofit meet; The submission deadline for the fifth Cyclamens and Swords poetry contest is January 31; An American-Canadian immigrant to Israel wins U.S. recognition for his first book.
More than 300 activists and kids involved in the Jerusalem Kids4Peace nonprofit met last Thursday night to mark 10 years of bringing together Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth from Israeli and Palestinian homes. "We were shocked by how many people came to this event," co-director Rebecca Sullum told Haaretz yesterday. "This was really empowering, that all these people want to...
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