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Judaising Jaffa?

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Workers at the famous Arab family-owned Abulafia bakery in Jaffa

Published: 8 October 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Fearing for Jaffa's coexistence, residents fight effort to Judaize city – Or Kashti – Haaretz 04.10.16
The Garden of the Two in Jaffa is named after Ilanit Ohana, who was stabbed to death by a Palestinian in 1992, and Abdel Ghani Karim, an Israeli Arab who was killed defending her. Two groups that aim to strengthen Jaffa’s Jewish identity have Jewish and Arab residents worried for what they describe as their largely harmonious way of life.

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