Jerusalem in figures

Numbers providing a glimpse into the realities of our city.

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June 3, 2016 22:06
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Palestinian protesters wave Palestinian flags as Israelis carrying Israeli flags walk past in front of the Damascus Gate outside Jerusalem's Old City. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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 One way to evaluate the situation on the ground in a city is to look at statistics.

Jerusalem by Numbers, the annual report of the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, was issued, in line with tradition, just before Jerusalem Day (marking reunification in June 1967).

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