Relax in Rehavia

A summer walk through a shady neighborhood.

July 5, 2012 17:29
Parked cars in Jerusalem's Rehavia

Parked cars in Jerusalem's Rehavia 521. (photo credit: SHMUEL BAR-AM)


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On the corner of Ussishkin and Ben- Maimon streets, a historic villa stands lonely and neglected. It was built by Julius Jacobs, a British Jew who served in World War I. When Jacobs became interested in Zionism, he got a job with the British administration in Palestine.

Jacobs was unusually honest and straightforward. Thus he found himself torn between his love for Palestine (and the secrets he learned from his highly placed Hagana friends) on the one hand and his position in the British civil administration on the other.


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