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What's Behind the Latest Flare-up in Jerusalem, and What Israel Can Do to Defuse Tensions

Who lived in East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood before the 1948 Israeli-Arab war, how did right-wing groups gain control of land there and what turned the fight into a cause for Palestinians everywhere?

Nir Hasson
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Palestinians in East Jerusalem’s Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood are fighting their eviction by organizations seeking to settle Jews in the area.

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