(YNetNews) Israeli-Arab businessmen who were asked to give an estimate to help repair damage caused to a synagogue in Haifa due to the massive fires there have said they will carry out the project pro-bono, and refuse any compensation for the restoration work.
"I decided to help and not receive any payment," said Walid abu-Ahmed, a wood panel supplier based in Haifa.
"Jews and Arabs live together in Haifa, and there is no discrimination. We must continue with this co-existence and promote peace."
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