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At 3 A.M. on Wednesday, when temperatures in Jerusalem had plunged below zero degrees Celsius, around 100 police officers arrived at the Salhiya family home in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood. They disconnected the electricity and stormed in using stun grenades. Within a few minutes, they had evicted all the residents. Eighteen people were arrested, both members of the family and activists who had come to help them. Immediately afterward, the house was demolished by a bulldozer belonging to the Jerusalem municipality. It was razed despite the fact that part of it is a historic buil

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Brooklyn-born chef Ayesha Nurdjaja has created two popular restaurants inspired by visits to Israel. With 'Not Your Average Hummus' and 'shawarma spiced fries,' she’s winning over diners and critics alike Brooklyn-born chef Ayesha Nurdjaja has created two popular restaurants inspired by visits to Israel. With 'Not Your Average Hummus' and 'shawarma spiced fries,' she’s winning over diners and critics alike

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