When Israeli Scouts Discover the Nakba

Working during their pre-army gap year in Arab schools, 23 young Israelis realized they knew little about the narrative of 'the other' living in their midst. The result: An educational (and physical) journey that ended with plans for a coexistence-related program for their movement.

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At the beginning of their year of pre-army community service in Arab schools, a group of 23 members of the Israel Scouts movement realized they had graduated from the school system without learning very much...