The Hebron most don’t see

There is another side to the city of strife so often depicted in the news – one of bustling shopping malls and hospitable people

By BEN BRESKY
August 22, 2018 20:19
The Hebron most don’t see

hebron. (photo credit: BEN BRESKY)

 
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Hebron, the largest and most prosperous city in the Palestinian Authority, has a population of more than 200,000 and boasts numerous factories and distributorships, accounting for a significant portion of the PA economy.

Curious about how the average Hebronite lives, earlier this year I decided to visit the city, observe life there and write a non-political article.

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