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The War in Lebanon: Jewish and Arab Students Reflect on Their Relations

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Photo by Gunther Gamper.*
Perhaps more than anywhere else in the rest of Canada, the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah which took place this past summer spilled over into the streets of Montréal, becoming a prominent and explosive subject for its entire duration. How did the Arab and Jewish students of Montréal experience the political events? What tensions did they live through and what sentiments did they feel towards each other?® conducted several interviews with students and young professionals.
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* Walid Sharara and Danny Iny with contributor Miriam Rabkin.

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