This week in Jerusalem

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

November 29, 2017 17:54
The famous ‘monster’ slide in Kiryat Hayovel. Secular residents do not feel that Mayor Nir Barkat’s

The famous ‘monster’ slide in Kiryat Hayovel. Secular residents do not feel that Mayor Nir Barkat’s plan for the neighborhood’s educational institutions take their interests into account. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)


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Stinky affair

Police sources reveal that the decision to use skunk spray during the Jerusalem Faction protests last month was a difficult one. Although the aggressively malodorous spray helps to control large numbers of uncooperative demonstrators, its stench persists for several days after its use and adheres to the clothes and hair of innocent passersby.


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