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As Peace Proves Elusive, Young Israelis, Palestinians Find Harmonyi
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March 14, 2014 2:15 PM
As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tries to bring Israeli and Palestinian leaders together on a framework peace agreement, a group of young Israelis and Palestinians is already working in harmony. They are the musicians of Heartbeat, a social movement using the power of music to transform conflict. VOA reporter Julie Taboh caught up with them as they wrapped up their American tour in Washington before heading home.

As Peace Proves Elusive, Young Israelis, Palestinians Find Harmony

Published March 14, 2014

As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tries to bring Israeli and Palestinian leaders together on a framework peace agreement, a group of young Israelis and Palestinians is already working in harmony. They are the musicians of Heartbeat, a social movement using the power of music to transform conflict. VOA reporter Julie Taboh caught up with them as they wrapped up their American tour in Washington before heading home.


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