Israeli Arab offers tools to foster change

October 2015
New Jersey Jewish News;10/22/2015, Vol. 69 Issue 43, p10
The article states that Israeli-Arab activist Ghaida Rinawie-Zoabi and her non-profit organization Injaz Center for Professional Arab Local Governance is offering training empowering tools to Israeli-Arab minorities, so that they can overcome Palestinian struggle and can find peace in the country.


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