Opinion In a Greek Refugee Camp, Syrians and Israelis Find an Unlikely Respite From War
It sounds implausible that people from two countries in a state of war with each other could find common ground. But on an island where Syrian refugees recover from their terrible ordeals, that's happening
The opportunities for interactions between Syrians and Israelis are, as citizens from countries still in a formal state of war, very limited. Those that do exist – outside the countries in question - are often...
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