Arab business slumps as Israeli Jewish customers stay away
Towns normally considered models of coexistence are perceived as dangerous in light of hostilities.
“You’re going to Nazareth? Are you crazy?” That formulation was the most common response when I told people last week of our plan to visit Arab communities around Israel. “You’ll be lynched,” was another, while some people just said “Take care.”
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