When it comes to real estate, Jerusalem is far from united
The capital has been quickly growing in recent years but it's also splitting into three cities: secular and observant Jews, ultra-Orthodox Jews, and Arabs.
We can continue to celebrate Jerusalem Day as in the past, and continue to use the clichés such as “the city that is joined together,” as it says in Psalms. And we can assume that many, especially politicians, will continue to do so. But the changes that are brewing in Israel’s capital, at least from a real estate perspective, are moving in the opposite direction.
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