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Demography, Geopolitics, and the Future of Israel's Capital: Jerusalem's Proposed Master Plan

Nadav Shragai

ISBN 10: 9652180831 / ISBN 13: 9789652180834
Published by Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs - Legacy Heritage Fund, 2010
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Title: Demography, Geopolitics, and the Future of ...

Publisher: Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs - Legacy Heritage Fund

Publication Date: 2010

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The Jewish majority in Jerusalem is declining due to the mass migration of the Jewish population from Jerusalem, together with the migration of an additional Arab population into Jerusalem. According to the proposed master plan for the city, the planned inventory of Jewish housing does not meet expected needs for 2020, while the planned inventory of Arab housing will suffice until at least 2030. In addition, the proposed master plan will create urban contiguity between eastern Jerusalem neighborhoods and Palestinian neighborhoods outside the city, reinforcing the Palestinian demand to recognize the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem as a single political entity.

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Nadav Shragai is a senior researcher at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. His recent publications include Jerusalem: The Dangers of Division, An Alternative to Separation from the Arab Neighborhoods (2008); Protecting the Continuity of Israel: The E-I Area and the Link Between Jerusalem and Maale Adumim (2009); The US-Israeli Dispute Over Building in Jerusalem: The Sheikh Jarrah-Simon HaT zadik Neighborhood (2009); and The Mount of Olives in Jerusalem: Why Continued Israeli Control is Vital (2009). His books include: At the Crossroads, the Story of Rachel's Tomb (Jerusalem Studies, 2005); The Mount of Foundation, The Struggle for the Temple Mount, Jews and Muslims, Religion and Politics Since 1967 (Keter, 1995); and the essay: 'Jerusalem Is Not the Problem, It Is the Solution,' in Mr. Prime Minister: Jerusalem, Moshe Amirav, ed. (Carmel and Florsheimer Institute, 2005). He served as a journalist and commentator at Ha'aretz between 1983 and 2009, and has documented the dispute over Jerusalem for 30 years.

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