Over time, Jerusalem has become the symbol of the Israeli "having it all" illusion. The attempt to "have our cake and eat it too" has no future and relegates the city to a chaotic state of uncertainty.
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These murals present a reality that is imaginary, illusory, and utterly alienated from the treachery conducted beneath and atop the very grounds of the holy basin of the Old City.
Today, 42 years since the annexation of East Jerusalem, it seems that the future of Palestinian Jerusalemites is gloomier than ever, and that their pathways of existence are narrowing.
Two states. An end to settlement construction. The fate of Jerusalem. If we look, there are some noteworthy agreements about them.
Jerusalem needs leadership that will build a city in which both nations can live in dignity, a city which honors and protects the three religions and two national narratives within it.
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