The 'Post' pays tribute to Teddy Kollek

Memoirs and analyses of Kollek's remarkable 30 years as mayor of Jerusalem.

January 3, 2007 03:09
The 'Post' pays tribute to Teddy Kollek

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  • Legendary J'lem mayor Kollek dies at 95
  • Teddy Kollek and his life-long dedication
  • How Teddy put Jerusalem back together again
  • He rose to every challenge by understanding the other side
  • East J'lem residents have mixed feelings about former mayor
  • Residents mourn their 'greatest mayor'
  • Analysis: External events and demographics leave Kollek's legacy crumbling
  • Mayor's contribution to Arab health appreciated in Sheikh Jarrah
  • Kollek spent his last years raising funds for his city
  • Teddy put Jerusalem above all other concerns
  • The woman who was always at his side
  • Farewell to the last of the giants

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