Jews visit Arab towns for Ramadan

Kafr Kassem, Israel – The dozen Israeli Jews make their way along the stalls of the “Ramadan” market, looking at the humus, olives, fruit, pastries and other special treats for the daily “iftar”, or break-fast meal that Muslims eat at sunset after a day of fasting. One woman stands in front of a display of six different kinds of olives.

“Taste one,” the seller urges.

“But it’s Ramadan and it’s still fasting time,” she responds.


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