Mixed Cities Were Burning All Over Israel Last Month, but Not This One. Here's Why

Not a single Jewish-Arab clash was reported in the mixed northern Israeli city of Nof Hagalil last month as mobs rioted elsewhere. Locals say it was no fluke, but that more work must be done to improve Jewish-Arab relations

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Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

In Lod, a Jewish man was killed by a stone-throwing mob, and synagogues, cars and stores were torched. In Haifa, Jewish vigilantes marched through the streets chanting “Death to the Arabs.” In Acre, a Jewish man was hospitalized in critical condition after an Arab mob clobbered him with an iron bar. In Jerusalem’s Mahaneh Yehuda market, an Arab man was stabbed by a Jewish gang.



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