In Israeli Arab City Where Streets Have No Name, Receiving Mail Is a Feat

In a city of more than 60,000, street names and addresses are lacking, so some people wait for delivery at the entrance to town

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Mahmoud Mahajneh of Umm al-Fahm is standing at the entrance to the post office on the city’s main drag waiting for his turn to enter the building. Mahajneh, who describes himself as disabled and uses crutches,...