The wrath of the south

September 18, 2017 19:18

Two different groups of Jerusalem residents agreed to sit together at the same table - with terrible results.

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Moshe Lion:

Moshe Lion. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

In 2009, following a round of elections for the local councils in the capital, two relatively small and geographically close councils were united into one large council – and the Darom (South) Local Council and Community Center was born.

Apparently, this was a birth under a bad sign, since, from about a few months after the election, nothing could be described as less harmonious than this new council.


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