A(nother) confused weekend begs the question: Just who are Israel's enemies? (Hint: If you are thinking the "Palestinians", think again.)
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Under the shade of an olive tree, an evicted Palestinian family is caught in a strange stand-off with the Jewish settlers who have taken over their home.
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It may not be the most cost-efficient way of running a transport network, but developing parallel bus systems means Jews and Arabs living in the same city need never meet.
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In East Jerusalem, Jewish settlers have kicked an old Arab woman out of her home. She could soon be joined by members of 27 other Arab families being evicted to make way for other settler homes.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Two races living under existential threats have created a climate of injustice for the Israeli-Arabs, where the law under which they live, is now being turned against them. In East Jerusalem, they are finding themselves being squeezed out of the very place they are claiming as their capital in a final two-state solution.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
At times in this long tussle for land, victories come down to this: calling it.
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