Corridors of Power: Up above from under

November 10, 2016 16:01
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Downtown Jerusalem

Downtown Jerusalem. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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It might have been hilarious if it were not our sad reality.

How should Jerusalemites feel upon learning that the Central Bureau of Statistics has declared that our city has dropped from middle to lower status in regard to economics and development? What encouragement can we find in the fact that our capital, which we hold to be central in our national life, has now officially been declared poorer than ever? Not that the situation was so good until now, but this is distressing.


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