Australian Chef Seeks Recipe for Coexistence in Galilee

Paul Nirens believes food can serve a larger purpose than only satisfying appetites. His Galileat venture aims to bring together the parts of Israeli society that normally don't mix.

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It’s 11 A.M. on Shabbat, at the gas station by the entrance to Maghar (a Druze-Muslim-Christian village in Galilee). Four Canadians, two Americans and four bleary-eyed Israelis are standing around, listening...