Jerusalem’s Seamline

Walls You See; Walls You Don’t See

The reunification of Jerusalem in 1967 prompted thegovernment to create a “security belt” of civilian neighborhoods.  Beginning with a panoramic view of Jerusalem from the Haas Promenade. Travel along the road that unofficially demarcates Jerusalem’s Jewish and Arab populations where there once was a wall that physically divided them.  Travel to observation points to see the geopolitical reality of disputed territories such as Area E.  We will view some of these neighborhoods such as Gilo, Armon HaNatziv and Neve Ya’akovwhere Jews and Arabs reside side by side on the city’s seamline for a multi-dimensional overview of current issues concerning Jerusalem today including the security

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Jerusalem
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1 day
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