Yep. The problem isnt just the developers and etc, its well-intentioned but terribly confused people like you who would actually go so far as to try to equate your noise and dust problems with missiles falling on your fellow citizens. Or so far as to accept the hypocritical and reflexively anti-Israel opinions of the International Community as holy gospel, and to choose your housing accordingly. Exclusionary covenants (the disallowing of certain ethnic, racial, religious groups from living in certain buildings or neighborhoods) are illegal in most enlightened western democracies, yet here you are, resplendent in your loudly proclaimed enlightenment, proclaiming that Jews (starting with you) shouldnt live in certain Jerusalem neighborhoods even as, I would assume, you would say that Arabs should be allowed to live in all of them.
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: The trials and tribulations of house-hunting in the holy city
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