When Arab and Jewish parents decided to establish a school inside an Arab village


    March 23, 1949. Following a successful Israeli military operation, an agreement is reached in renegotiating the cease fire line in the Wadi Ara region. The new lines would include 15 villages in an area populated largely by Arabs, now citizens of Israel. Nearly 60 years later, in this same region, for the first time in Israel, a group of Arab and Jewish parents decide to establish a conjoint bi-national, bi-lingual school inside an Arab village. Watch the first year of this attempt at co-existence against the backdrop of the complicated reality in Bridge Over the Wadi.