A friend wants to marry a person from Jerusalem or ’48.
You’re put in charge of managing your company’s branch in Gaza.
Your son wants to marry a person from the West Bank.
People from Jerusalem or ’48 visit your town for tourism.
A friend or relative wants to marry a person from the Gaza Strip.
Field trips are scheduled for people from the West Bank in your town.
Your new boss is a German of Palestinian origin.
Your daughter wants to marry someone from a refugee camp.
Your work places you temporarily in a Bedouin community.
You get invited to a wedding in a village.
Your son’s teacher is of Bedouin origin.
A person from a refugee camp is hired at your work.
You get in a cab and the driver is a woman.
You see a little boy playing with a princess Barbie.
You see a business man applying lotion or lip balm.
Your boss at a new job is a woman.
Your son’s wife earns a higher salary than your son.
Your daughter wants to move to a different town for work and live there alone.
You get invited to the wedding of a couple that is a different religion than yours.
Parts of your town are decorated around Christmas time.
Your new job has weekends on Fridays and Sundays.
You get a job at an organization/company where most of the staff members are a different religion than yours.
A Samaritan person is hired at your work or is in one of your classes at university.
You visit a holy site of your religion and people of another religion are also visiting.
Your brother wants to marry a Christian girl.
Your brother wants to marry a Muslim girl.
One of your friends tells you that he/she does not believe in God.