The escalation of violence that began in Jerusalem has already caused more than 40 deaths. The historical conflict mobile phone number list between Israelis and Palestinians returns with force and puts into debate the Israeli policy in the occupied territories. Alternatives to conflict exist, but few are willing to support them, and arsonists appear mobile phone number list to be winning the battle.
The Jerusalem tragedy mobile phone number list and Israeli apartheid Last week the situation in Israel began to derail towards a tragedy foretold. In East Jerusalem (the Arab zone), more precisely in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, the city's Palestinian inhabitants mobile phone number list found the perfect excuse to protest against the continuous discrimination they mobile phone number list suffer at the hands of the Israeli government. There, hundreds of Palestinians – with the supportive presence of a handful of Israeli activists – raised their voices before the eviction order received by several Arab families from the Jerusalem Judiciary, which argued that Palestinian families were illegally mobile phone number list occupying homes that before the State of Israel was formed in 1948 (and Jerusalem was divided between Israeli control to the west and Jordanian control to the east) they were Jewish-owned.
The Palestinian occupiers mobile phone number list explained again and again that most of them were also refugees who, in turn, had been expelled mobile phone number list from villages that had come under Israeli rule after the establishment of the Hebrew state, and that the Jordanian authorities had resettled them in houses that were previously Jewish.