This week in Jerusalem: Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs 441508

Strikes, anti-Muslim vandalism and budget cuts.

January 14, 2016 13:50
Fire at B'Tselem building Jerusalem, January 10, 2016

Fire at B'Tselem building Jerusalem, January 10, 2016. (photo credit: BERNARD BOUHADANA)


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The unkindest cuts

Following the cuts to the municipal budget for 2016, the severe slashing of the education budget is raising concern among the members of the Jerusalem Parents’ Association. A letter regarding the matter, signed by the JPA committee, was sent to the Finance Ministry and the Knesset’s Finance Committee last week.


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