In Jerusalem

Is Jerusalem burning?

East Jerusalem Arabs interviewed blame police for violence and claim asymmetry in the treatment of rioters from the east and west.

Photo by: REUTERS
Ismayil, the taxi driver, is so angry that his Hebrew and Arabic run together. After a while, he calms down and apologizes, but immediately adds that he feels he can’t hold it in anymore.

“You know me, I’m not in politics, but this time things have gone too far,” he says.

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