A recipe for coexistence

When you think about Jews and Arabs coexisting, Israel is probably the last place that comes to mind.

For the past 67 years of Israel’s history, and well before that, too, there has been constant conflict between the Jewish and the Arab populations, to the point that the turbulent status quo is viewed as the natural order of things in the area.

One city in Israel stands out, however.

Acre, a coastal city in the north, is a beacon of peace. Jews, Muslims, Christians and Baha’i, living together harmoniously side by side. Here, even the chief rabbi and imam are on friendly terms.

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