Fearing Jewish Attacks, 100 Arab Bus Drivers in Jerusalem Quit Their Jobs

Its better to earn less money and not come home in a body bag, says one of 100 drivers who have left Egged since wave of violence started this summer.

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Forty-seven years after the unification of Jerusalem, there are very few islands of Jewish-Arab coexistence in the city. Of these, one of the most noteworthy was the Egged bus cooperative. About half its...