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"Waah-at i-sal-aam" / Ne-vé shal-om" is Arabic and Hebrew for Oasis of Peace: an intentional community jointly established by Jewish and Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel. The village is located midway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv-Jaffa. Information about the village and its outreach work follows.

 

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  • Tu B’Shvat / Eid I-shajara / Arbor day at the primary school

    Thursday 16 January 2014 by C&D Office
    Today is Tu B’Shvat, a festival celebrating the trees. In the afternoon, the whole school attends to build flowerbeds, and craft decorations for trees. The sun is shining. Music announces the (...)
  • Recycling to Art

    Thursday 9 January 2014 by Communications and Development Office
    The arts and crafts teacher Michal, who also lives in the village, and the children of the primary school of Wahat al-Salam/Neve Shalom never fail to amaze with their creations. They do their (...)
  • School class visits destroyed Palestinian villages

    Monday 6 January 2014 by C&D Office
    German school students were shown around the Ayalon-Canada park, and what used to be the Palestinian village of Imwas.
  • Christmas at the PSCC

    Sunday 22 December 2013 by Christina Mittermaier, Dafna Karta Schwartz
    The PSCC celebrated the holiday season, with guest musicians, friends from the Latrun Monastery and sisters from the Beatitudes Community (Emmaus)
  • A little update on our 6th grade

    Thursday 19 December 2013 by C&D Office
    Report on the 6th Grade The sixth grade class is taught by Reem Nashef, a long time teacher at the Neve Shalom-Wahat al Salam school. She grew up in Jerusalem and moved to NSWAS with her (...)
  • A Piano Duo in the Oasis of Peace

    Sunday 8 December 2013 by Christina Valentin, Public Relations
    Among the most recent newcomers to the village is a pair of gifted musicians: Tami Kanazawa and Yuval Admony.
  • Sulha Peace Project

    Thursday 5 December 2013 by Christina Mittermaier
    The Pluralistic Spiritual Center in Neve Shalom - Wahat al Salam is hosting the Sulha Peace Project for a weekend of peace work
  • Three generations of the Edlund family and the WAS-NS Primary School

    Tuesday 3 December 2013 by Glenn Chon, Christina Valentin
    Wahat al-Salam Neve Shalom is today a multi-generational village. Here we tell the remarkable stories of Ety Edlund, who, together with Abdessalam Najjar, founded the Primary School; of Tom (...)

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