Coexistence Trust starts work with LSE

By Simon Friend
October 3, 2008

The Coexistence Trust has begun work on a project at the London School of Economics in which it conducts interviews with Jewish students about their relationship with their Islamic peers.

The trust, a branch of Lord Janner's office, will be questioning students on all major campuses, starting at the LSE in light of the controversial motions put forward last year declaring Israel an "apartheid" state.

The interviews will form part of a short film to be shown at an interfaith conference scheduled for early November, to be presided over by four Jewish and Muslim MPs.


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