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ילדים כותבים שלום = [al-Awlad yaktubuna al-salam] = Children write for peace = Kinder schreiben fur den Frieden
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ילדים כותבים שלום = [al-Awlad yaktubuna al-salam] = Children write for peace = Kinder schreiben fur den Frieden
 
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Number of Pages - 127
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Summary
Poems written by Jewish and Arabic children about peace.
 
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Publication Date
2000
 
Languages
Hebrew, Arabic, English, German
 
Contributor
Jewish National and University Library - Israel
 
Publisher
Givat Haviva - Israel  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Givat Haviva.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
9655550206
 
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The Givat Haviva Seminar, established to promote education for peace and tolerance, held a poetry contest in 1999 for children's poetry on the theme of peace. The contestants were Jewish and Arab children from all over Israel aged from 7-14. Written in Hebrew and Arabic the poems were also translated into English and German and accompanied by paintings by children who take part in the Givat Haviva art workshops.
 

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