A Path to Peace aims to promote understanding through discussion groups and projects.
Tour revenue is used to help people with special needs and enables the organization to host a variety of mixed Jewish-Arab discussion groups.
Sunday-Thursday by appointment
Adults, Families, People with disabilities
2 to 100
Easy (short walking distances, low or no physical effort)
Help build a path to peace for those in need. Tzameret Zamir, an artist and the creator of the Path to Peace project, tells of life in the moshav in the shadow of the ongoing security situation, and of the hope of a good and peaceful future. Start the tour by participating in a mosaic workshop and hear from a personal perspective on the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Each visitor will have the opportunity to pick out a unique ceramic art piece on which he will write a personal wish that will be glued on the Path to Peace wall. The artwork, which can be seen by viewers standing on both sides of the wall, creates an atmosphere of joy, optimism and hope. Visitors will enjoy hot drinks at the start of the mosaic workshop.
The organization is located on route 4 near Ashkelon drive (or get a #20 bus) southwards. Turn right (west) at the entrance to Netiv HaAsara. Turn left (south) after entering the Moshav and right at the T. You will see a large house with a wooden balcony and that is where you stop. Please call upon arrival.
To create hope for peace amongst citizens on both sides of the Gaza Strip wall.
Securing employment for people with special needs in the nearby city Ashkelon.
Hosting mixed Jewish-Arab groups for discussions and mutual understanding.