"United" Jerusalem

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Peace Now presentation on the Jewish settlements in east Jerusalem and on the expropriation of Palestinian land.

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“United” Jerusalem: 

“United” Jerusalem

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Pre-1967 Jerusalem The Old City Mt. Scopus enclave Jordanian Jerusalem 1,500 Acres 9,000 Palestinians Israeli Jerusalem 9,500 Acres 150,000 Jews

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The Municipal Border of the “United” Jerusalem 1967 Area Annexed to Jeursalem 18,000 Acres Municipal Border The new municipal area of Jerusalem: 31,600 Acres

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In the “united” city, in 1967: 28 Palestinian Villages 69,000 Palestinians Palestinians in Jerusalem, 1967 Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border

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In United Jerusalem Today: 249,000 Palestinians (34.87%) 465,000 Jews (65.13%) Ramallah Bethlehem Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Palestinians in Jerusalem, 2007

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The Jewish Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Bethlehem Ramallah

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Neve Yaacov Pisgat Ze’ev Atarot Industrial Area Ramot French Hill Ramot Eshkol Gilo Har Homa East Talpiyot West Jerusalem: 286,000 Jews East Jerusalem: 179,000 Jews Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Bethlehem Ramallah The Jewish Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem 5,250 Acres were confiscated for building the Jewish Neighborhoods in East Jerusalem

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Although the city was officially united, The two communities were never integrated. For example…

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Busses in Jerusalem

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Israeli Buses Palestinian Buses

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Ramallah Planned Jewish Neighborhoods Neve Yaacov East Nof Yael National Park Har Homa Nof Zion Givat Hamatos A belt of settlements isolating East Jerusalem E1 Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Bethlehem Charedic Neighborhood

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Settlements in Palestinian Neighborhoods

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Har Homa Silwan Ras Elamud And More: The Muslim Quarter The Christian Quarter Abu Dis A-Tur Jabel Mukaber

B. The Separation Fence: 

B. The Separation Fence

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The Route of the Fence Principals of the Route: Municipal Border Industrial Area Maale Aumim Givat Ze’ev Bethlehem Ramallah Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Route of the Fence

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Maale Adumim Givat Ze’ev Gush Etzion 33,000 Settlers 12,000 Settlers 43,000 Settlers Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Bethlehem Ramallah Principals of the Route: 2. Settlement Blocks Route of the Fence

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Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Route of the Fence Principals of the Route: 3. The “Demographic” Route

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Kafr Aqeb 55,000 Palestinian Jerusalemites are left out of the Fence Shua’fat Refugee Camp Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Route of the Fence Principals of the Route: 3. The “Demographic” Route

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Neve Yaacov North Palestinian Neighborhoods Jewish Neighborhoods Municipal Border Route of the Fence Principals of the Route: 4. Planned Neighborhood

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Jericho Ramallah Bethlehem Jerusalem Maale Adumim Area A Area C Area B C. Maale Adumim & “E1” Plan

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Jericho Ramallah Bethlehem Jerusalem Maale Adumim E1 Plan E1 Plan: 3,000 Acres 3,500 Housing Units Hotels Industrial Area Police Station Area A Area C Area B

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Construction of the Police Station in E1

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Effects of E1 Plan Isolating East Jerusalem Dividing the West Bank into North & South => Might Prevent a Viable Palestinian State

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