On line at Interior Ministry’s Population and Immigration Authority offices in Wadi Joz, East Jerusalem. Emil Salman

50 Years After Six-Day War, East Jerusalem's Palestinians Remain Prisoners in Their City

Study shows how ambivalent Israeli policies and denial of the problem have created a status that doesn't exist anywhere else on earth: Native-born residents who are not citizens of the state in whose capital they live

In October 1967, Faik Barakat, director of the East Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce, complained to Israel’s interior minister about the terribly long lines at the Israeli Population Registry bureau. Hundreds of...

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