On Impact, Lucy Hockings led a fascinating discussion on a unique ground-breaking project aimed at making Jews and Arabs in the Middle East step into each other's shoes and understand the history of the other community.
In March Palestinian Professor Mohammed Dajani led a group of his students to Auschwitz, but was heavily criticised by some sections of the Arab community. Impact invited two people to discuss the project and it's reaction. Lucy was joined by two key people in the project, Professor Shifrah Sagy, an Israeli professor who regularly takes her students to Palestinian refugee camps, Israeli checkpoints and key locations associated with the Palestinian "Nakba"; and also by the Israeli-Palestinian writer and broadcaster Nazir Majali who led one of the first joint Jewish-Arab visits to Auschwitz in 2003.
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