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Vol. 14 No. 1 , 2007
JERUSALEM - 40 Years Later
Editorial
Israel is celebrating these days what it calls the "unification of Jerusalem" and what the Palestinians call the occupation and unilateral annexation of Arab Jerusalem by Israel. Call it what you will; the facts on the ground show that, despite 40 years of Israeli occupation, the city is still divided. Palestinians and Israelis exist as two separate societies in the city. The gap is widening - socially, economically and in all other aspects of life. No one from one side of the city feels secure and relaxed on the other side.
The Palestinians are subjected to discrimination by different Israeli authorities. The policy of the Israeli Ministry of the Interior is to limit by all possible means the Palestinian population's right to obtain Jerusalem residency permits. The objective is to prevent the growth of the Arab population and to force them to leave the city. The Palestinians call this policy ethnic cleansing. The Municipality is using all possible methods to cease granting buildi
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Table of Contents
    In Memoriam
  1. In Memoriam: Victor Cygielman ( )

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  2. Editorial
  3. Jerusalem ... 40 Years Later ( )

    By Ziad AbuZayyad Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  4. Focus
  5. The Disintegration of the Jerusalem Unification Policy ( )
    Given the failure of “unification,” the division of Jerusalem may accomplish more.
    By Moshe Amirav Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  6. East Jerusalem: 40 Years of Occupation ( )
    In discussions of Jerusalem’s future, the people are usually forgotten or marginalized.
    By Nazmi Ju’beh Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  7. Discrimination and Deprivation in Jerusalem1 ( )
    City Hall policy derives from ideology and a discriminatory organizational culture.
    By Meir Margalit Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  8. The Socioeconomic Impact of the Wall on East Jerusalem ( )
    The separation wall has made of thousands of Palestinians exiles in their own homes.
    By Bernard Sabella Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  9. The Impact of the Separation Wall on Jerusalem ( )
    The separation wall may critically endanger the peace process, harm residents and risk further destabilization.
    By Nora Biatra-Rayan and Daniela Yanai Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  10. Jerusalem in Public International Law ( )
    Jerusalem is an Arab city occupied and subject to the applicability of the law of belligerent occupation.
    By Ibrahim Sha’ban Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  11. Some Reflections on Jerusalem ( )
    National aspirations, religious and municipal aspects and the periphery require compromises.
    By Ruth Lapidoth Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  12. The "Unification" of Jerusalem ( )
    Israel has failed to “unify” Jerusalem; the city remains divided 40 years on.
    By Ziad AbuZayyad Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  13. When the 1967 War and the 1977 Peace Visited My Home in Jerusalem ( )
    On that Friday night, my one-dimensional perception of the Arab “other” cracked.
    By Menachem Klein Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  14. Israeli Policy in Jerusalem after 1967 ( )
    Although they deliberated about modalities, the Israelis were overwhelmingly in favor of the annexation of Jerusalem.
    By Sufyan Abu-Zayda Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  15. Joint Activism in Jerusalem: Is a Joint Community-Based Agenda Possible? ( )
    Can joint peace projects be transformed to meet the needs of the population?
    By Walid Salem Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  16. Roundtable
  17. 40 Years Later ( )
    Moshe Amirav, Menahem Klein, Ruth Lapidoth, Nazmi Ju’beh, Riad Malki, Mazen Qupty. Moderators: Ziad AbuZayyad, Amnon Kapeliouk
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  18. Interview
  19. Jerusalem, Past, Present and Future ( )

    By Meron Benvenisti Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  20. Viewpoint
  21. A Curious Story: Palestinians and the Arab States ( )
    The Arab League Peace Initiative could change the whole Israel-Palestine equation
    By Paul Scham Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  22. Book Review
  23. City of Oranges: Arabs and Jews in Jaffa ( )
    by Adam LeBor, reviewed by John Bunzl
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  24. Bridging the Divide: Peace Building in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, edited by Edy Kaufman,     Walid Salem and Juliette Verhoeven ( )
    Amnesty After Atrocity? Healing Nations after Genocide and War Crimes by Helena Cobban, both reviewed      by Sol Gittleman
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  25. Economics
  26. Closures and Separation and Their Impact on East Jerusalem’s Economic Sectors ( )

    By Azzam Abu-Saud Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  27. Culture
  28. In Jerusalem ( )

    By Mahmoud Darwish Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  29. To Jerusalem ( )

    By Yusuf Hamdan Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  30. Looking at Henry Moore’s Elephant Skull Etchings in Jerusalem During the War ( )

    By Shirley Kaufman Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  31. A Braid of Voices: a literary essay on Jerusalem ( )

    By Ariel Hirschfeld Vol. 14 No. 1 2007
  32. Documents
  33. Riyadh Declaration (March 2007) ( )

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  34. Israeli Statement on the Arab Summit in Riyadh (March 2007) ( )

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  35. The Arab Peace Initiative (Beirut, 2002) ( )

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  36. Chronology of Events
  37. January 1, 2007 to April 1, 2007 ( )
    Compiled by Najat Hirbawi
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