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is a yearly joint celebration of the three religions who live in
peace and harmony in Haifa.
Jews celebrate Hannukah, the Muslims celebrate Ramadan and the Christians
year the celebrations began on Saturday 4th December in Wadi Nissnass.
Close to 200 people of all three religions gathered to open the
yearly celebration. They met in the Vineyard Compound, which is
a symbol of harmony between Jews and Arabs (activities of coexistence
and unification between Arabs and Jews have been taking place there
for many years).
the festival decorations with symbols from all three religions will
be hung throughout Wadi Nissnass and the town of Haifa. The highlight
of the festivities is New Year's Eve - when thousands of people
gather together to celebrate the New Year.
Nissnass is one of the most beautiful symbols of harmony between
Arabs and Jews. Along the streets Arabs and Jews intertwine, buying,
selling, enjoying the atmosphere of togetherness and the beautiful
views of the Bay of Haifa . The area, which is open all year, is
filled with artists, sculptors and street musicians of all three
religions. source: www.israel1.org