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February 09, 2007


Alan Abbey

Jacob, I hope you're right. But there was an interesting counterpoint comment on Globes: http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/DocView.asp?did=1000181177&fid=980

Gal Nissim says something must be done to permit real housing development in Jerusalem, or the city's decline will accelerate, and middle class families - religious and non-religious - will continue to leave Jerusalem, leaving it to less (economically) productive communities.

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