By Miri -
Until the end of the 1960s Palestinian space in Israel was pretty much neglected by the government and left to the processes of urban disintegration. With the realisation of the high value of real estate, coupled with a growing interest of national-religious settlers to reinstate the Jewish character of the “mixed cities” in Israel, the Palestinian residents of places like Jaffa, Lydda, and Acre came under increasing threat to loose their homes and be displaced once again.
|Old City of Acre|
|Khan al-Umdan, Old City of Acre|
|Palestinian couple in their burnt out home, Acre, 2008|
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