Small Arab and Jewish Towns Team Up to Solve Big Problems

Disparate communities are starting to cooperate, leading to solutions that can improve the environment, education and even school dropouts' options.

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The guesthouse in Jisr al-Zarqa.
The guesthouse in Jisr al-Zarqa.Credit: Ofer Vaknin
Hagai Amit
Hagai Amit
A bench shaped like a crocodile, made of recycled materials, at Nahal Taninim.Credit: Ofer Vaknin
The Solar Garden in Binyamina.Credit: Ofer Vaknin



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