JERUSALEM — Hundreds of people packed a Jerusalem community center
recently for what many in Jerusalem consider a subversive act: They
attended a lecture on Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath.
The seemingly harmless event, in which the popular Arab-Israeli
journalist Sayed Kashua talked about pluralism and tolerance, broke a
long-standing ban on holding activities in public buildings on the
Jewish day of rest.
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