Since its inception in 1948, Israel has sought to transform the physical and demographic landscape of Jerusalem to correspond with the Zionist vision of a united and fundamentally Jewish Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty. While much of this has been accomplished through the violent expulsion of Arab residents during the wars of 1948 and 1967, the Judaization of Jerusalem has relied equally on measures taken during times of ‘peace’: the strategic extension of Jerusalem's municipal boundaries, bureaucratic and legal restrictions on Palestinian land use, disenfranchisement of Jerusalem residents, the expansion of settlements in ‘Greater Jerusalem’, and the construction of the separation wall.
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Research Article| January 01 2009
A quiet transfer: the Judaization of Jerusalem
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2009) 2 (1): 122–133.
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Valerie Zink; A quiet transfer: the Judaization of Jerusalem. Contemporary Arab Affairs 1 January 2009; 2 (1): 122–133. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/17550910802576148
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