Two Israeli Cities Exploded in Violence. Here's How They're Coping a Year Later

The violence of May 2021 in Israel's 'mixed cities' left a lasting trauma in Lod, while in the northern city of Acre, locals are working hard to make sure the scenes of hate between Arabs and Jews are never repeated

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A unique piece of furniture decorates the entrance to the Arabesque Boutique Hotel in the Old City of Acre: shelves fashioned from a grand piano sliced down the middle.

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