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Special projects for Arabs only in Israel vs "Palestinian" "apartheid " slur

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Submitted by Thomas (United States), Apr 4, 2022 at 00:20

Omri Haim, "The largest Palestinian project in Jerusalem history": the luxury neighborhood for Arabs only, located in the Atarot area. Kan News, Apr 3, 2022.


The New Quarrel Neighborhood: A prestigious housing project intended, for the first time, for the Arab public in Jerusalem, has become the focus of political debate. The location - not far from Atarot Airport, where another project for the Jewish public was recently frozen. The Jerusalem municipality has since been criticized for approving the project. The debate, of course, is not just a real estate debate, but also about the strategic location of the area and the population that will live in it.


"המיזם הפלסטיני הגדול בהיסטוריה הירושלמית": שכונת היוקרה לערבים בלבד שמוקמת באזור עטרות

שכונת המריבה החדשה: פרויקט דיור יוקרתי שמיועד, בפעם הראשונה, לציבור הערבי בירושלים, הפך למוקד ויכוח פוליטי. המיקום – לא הרחק משדה התעופה עטרות, שם הוקפא לא מזמן פרויקט אחר שיועד לציבור היהודי. עיריית ירושלים סופגת מאז ביקורת על אישור המיזם. הוויכוח, כמובן, הוא לא רק ויכוח נדל"ני, אלא גם על המיקום האסטרטגי של השטח ועל האוכלוסייה שתגור בו.

עומרי חיים, 03 באפריל 2022


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