100 Voices: Ibrahim Taha from Nazareth

Meet Ibrahim Taha, a student of social work and youth counselor. Ibrahim says that freedom of expression of Arab youth in Israel is limited and racism extends to his apprentices.


100 Voices is Social TV’s campaign where Arab citizens of Israel and Palestinians tell about themselves, their opinions and experiences.

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