Israel: 83% of Jews don't trust Arab public
A poll performed by Market Watch showed that 83 percent of Jews rate their trust relations with the Arab public as bad, while 52 percent of Arab-Israelis rate their trust relations with Jews as good.
The survey also showed that 80 percent of the Jewish and Arab public support learning the principles of the other's religions within the education system and in teaching schools. The poll, held before the upcoming Kedem Conference, included about 500 Jewish respondents and 500 Arab respondents.
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