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Neighborhoods in Jerusalem: Talbiye, Katamon and the Greek Colony
This book offers a comprehensive and detailed history of three of Jerusalem's most interesting and picturesque neighborhoods outside the city walls. The story of the houses in Talbiye, Katamon and the Greek Colony notes the changes and developments that have occurred in these areas since the establishment of the State of Israel.
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Jerusalem The Contested City
Jerusalem, which means "city of peace", is one of the most bitterly contested territories on earth. Claimed by two peoples and sacred to three faiths, the city has been associated for the last three decades with violent struggle and civil unrest.

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Jerusalem on the Map: The Current Situation and Key Trends
This study examines the main trends in Jerusalem in 2001 in diverse fields: Demographic processes; the dispersal of the population in the urban area; economy and development; tourism; planning and construction; and the Jerusalem metropolis. Among other aspects, the study examines the sources of population growth, migration, the dispersal of the Jewish and Arab populations, employment sources, socioeconomic status of the population, the profile of Jewish and Arab construction, Jewish and Arab education systems, and higher education.
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Around The Holy City
This book suggests seven routes to lesser-known sites in the surroundings of Jerusalem,Bethlehem and Jericho. Most of them are located in almost biblical scenery away from the crowded centers. The book concentrates on the history of the different sites and their importance to Christianity. A special effort has been made to provide the traveler with the fruits of the latest research in archaeology and history regarding the various sites.

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Peacemaking in Jerusalem - A task team report
This report was first published in Hebrew in June 2000, a week before the Camp David Middle East summit. The extraordinary timing, together with the report’s content, made it the principal document consulted by Israeli negotiators when the Jerusalem question began to be adressed. As such, the report attracted world attention.

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Freedom of Religion in Jerusalem
For almost two thousand years, the Jews lived as a religious minority in a great number of countries, sometimes tolerated and at other times persecuted. Only in 1948 did they succeed in establishing a state where they constitute the majority of the population. Moreover, this state was formally established as a "Jewish State." These circumstances explain the special interest in the question of how and to what extent Israel recognizes and implements the right to freedom of religion and of conscience.

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Jerusalem on The Map- Basic Facts and Trends 1967-1996
Jerusalem, the capital of Israel since the time of King David, became the ideal of all Jews in their enforced exile. Since the state's establishment, the city has been the focus of national and international attention. The city became even more central on the global and local agenda in the wake of the 1967 war Whereas before 1967 Jerusalem lay at the eastern extremity of the Jerusalem Corridor, bordering an enemy state, after the war the city found itself located at the center of an area containing numerous Jewish and Arab settlements.

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The Haredi (Ultra Orthodox) Society- Sources, Trends and Processes
This book describes the main processes that shaped the Ultra-Orthodox society in Israel since the 1950'. The book deals with the challenges that the Haredic society faced after the Holocaust and the changes it went through. Mainly it deals with the changes in its unique social structure, and the processes that led to a political crisis, the fragmentation of the historical political parties, and the rise of new political parties on an ethno-traditional basis.
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