Their life as Bedouin nomads

9th February 2001 at 00:00
PUPILS at a Manchester school have sampled life as a Bedouin nomad to help increase their understanding of Arab and Islamic culture. The 300 pupils t North Reddish junior school took part in sessions exploring costumes, jewellery, henna painting, Arab food and drink and storytelling.

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