The Hebronization of Jaffa

The recent incidents in Jaffa position Jewish settlers as victims in need of protection, reminiscent of the process spearheaded by settlers in Hebron

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Daniel Monterescu
Yael Shmaryahu-Yeshurun
Daniel Monterescu
Yael Shmaryahu-Yeshurun

The violent incident in Jaffa last month in which two Arab youths from the Amidar housing projects assaulted the head of the Shirat Moshe Yeshiva was a watershed moment in Jewish-Arab relations in the city.



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