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Palestinians of Sheikh Jarrah Can Breathe Easier Now – for a Price

In the compromise proposed by the Israel's Supreme Court, Palestinian residents will become protected tenants. Now they will have to decide whether their fight is over principles or pragmatism

Nir Hasson
Nir Hasson
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Nir Hasson

For the past 12 years – with unprecedented consistency for the Israeli left – a few dozen or hundreds of Israelis and Palestinians have protested in a public park in East Jerusalem's Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood against plans to evict residents of the neighborhood in favor of Jews.

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