A Personal History of Sheikh Jarrah and Arab Violence Against Jews

Michael L. Wise Algemeiner, June 2, 2021 “Since the 1880s, when Jerusalem was a majority Jewish city (going back to the 1848 Ottoman Turk census), terror and threats were a part of Jewish life.” As the Sheikh Jarrah case awaits the court’s decision, many voices can be heard asserting that Israeli Jews are “colonizing” this … Continue reading A Personal History of Sheikh Jarrah and Arab Violence Against Jews