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New York Times Article

Solar Project Pairs Muslims and Jews to Aid West Bank Farmers

By James Glanz And Rami Nazzal – New York Times

May 15, 2016

“Solar panels dot some of the poorest Arab villages in the West Bank and Israel, often donated by European governments. But experts in the field say the $100,000 project here in Auja is the first substantial one to be financed by a group involving both Jews and Muslims in the United States, and to have both Israeli Jews and Palestinian Muslims on its technical team. In addition to its environmental benefits, the solar project gives an economic push to farmers who struggle with unreliable and expensive electricity.”

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