From hate to peace worker, a Palestinian story

The World

Growing up in the West Bank during the first and second Intifadas taught a generation of young Palestinians to fear Israelis. For Osama, a year in jail for hanging flags taught him to hate. But a chance encounter with a group of Jewish people made him question his own prejudices. In part two of a two-part series, Shaina Shealy of The Spiritual Edge podcast examines how that transformation took place and how Osama now works for peace.

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