Around the barrier

A tour of the city’s Jewish and Arab neighborhoods reveals the complex issues facing the capital.

May 15, 2014 12:26
As well as their regular classes, the stables now offer equestrian Tai Chi and Qi Gong.

Gilo 370. (photo credit: reuters)

From the hilltop of Gilo, a breathtaking view of Jerusalem reveals itself. With the Bridge of Strings to your left and the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus to your right, the capital looks huge yet familiar, its landmarks dotting the scene.

This spectacular view is the first of many on the Ir Amim tour, which seeks to present the complex political situation in Jerusalem through a guided tour of the capital’s Jewish and Arab neighborhoods.


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