Cooking in Harmony

September 7, 2011 by J-Wire Staff
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Schoolchildren from Jewish dayschool Mount Sinai College donned aprons along with children from Muslim dayschool Arkana College to cook up a feast of traditional  Jewish and Muslim dishes to eat together with overproduction distributed to the needy.

Schools get together

Bondi’s Our Big Kitchen was the venue for the cookfest, the perfect choice given that it licensed to produce both Kosher and Halal certified food.

Director Rabbi Dovid Slavin told J-Wire: “It was a very special morning for OBK. Everything reads so negativeky in the Press yet here we were with children working together with no preconditions. Our children represent a promise for a better tomorrow.”

Arkana College is based in the Sydney suburb of Kingsgrove.

 

 

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One Response to “Cooking in Harmony”
  1. Chaim says:

    Isnt it ironic that Jew & Arab can cook and eat together but Yeshiva and Kesser Torah people cannot.

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