Sunday, October 11, 2015

Why Are So Many Stabbings in Jerusalem on Just One Street?

From Yonatan Mizrachi, an archaeologist and political activist in Israel.
The many stabbings in Jerusalem’s Old City in recent weeks have taken place in one precise location: Ha-Gai Street, or Al-Wad Street in Arabic. While the walled city is relatively small, it is interesting to note why the political and violent struggle over Jerusalem focalizes on its most heavily guarded street.
What's going on? Here is the full article.

Yonatan Mizrachi was mentioned in a previous post in which PCG's Stephen Flurry mentioned him in a negative manner.

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