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Tale of Palestinian food truck draws Hollywood star to Beirut
by Imad Creidi
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6 March 2019
On 6 March 2019 Reuters reported:
Entrepreneur Mariam Shaar's idea of using Palestinians' national cuisine to provide hope and opportunity for refugee women has succeeded beyond her wildest dreams. Shaar's project 'Soufra' -- which means a table laden with food -- drew the attention of Hollywood actress ... Susan Sarandon, whose documentary -- also called 'Soufra' -- was screened for the first time this week in Beirut.
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. . . The documentary premiered at the El-Gouna film festival in Egypt in 2017 and created a stir that helped Shaar's NGO, the Women's Program Association (WPA), to raise funds to build a pre-school that will create jobs and educate about 100 children.
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