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An online campaign launched Jan. 1, "The Kindness Project in the Middle East" has attracted over 1,200 Facebook fans who believe that small acts of kindness are one way to fight back against violence and inequality.Shebaro contacted a number of young Arab friends in the region, who liked the idea and agreed to help make the project a reality. The group posts daily ideas for simple acts of kindness that could help brighten up a stranger's day on their Facebook page, "The Kindness Project". Shebaro hopes that in the long term, the project will encourage people to concentrate on the positive things in life, rather than dwelling on their problems.
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