I have been living in Israel for more than two years – as a kibbutz volunteer, a student, a political observer, and as a social activist. This country is continually fascinating, but also disturbing. Jerusalem in particular is a microcosm of the conflict between and within the different groups: secular and religious, Arabs and Jews. Despite the challenges, I believe that Israel, alongside a future Palestinian state can become a place of fairness and tolerance for all its inhabitants.
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