Once the home of premiers, famed Jerusalem house may get lease on life
Society for the Protection of Nature to move into the house that served Israel's first four prime ministers.
In late 2012, during the run-up to the last Knesset elections, an abandoned house in Jerusalem’s Rehavia neighborhood became the temporary headquarters of the Social Justice party. The squatters made symbolic use of both the house’s identities – as the official residence of three of Israel’s first four prime ministers, and as one of 1,600 abandoned houses in the city – to underscore the...
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