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Meet Jerusalem’s deputy mayor: Fleur Hassan-Nahoum
August 12, 2019
Born in Gibraltar and a native Spanish speaker, Hassan-Nahoum holds the municipal “foreign-ministry portfolio,” where she has a vision of the city that reflects Israel’s self-determination, economic potential and responsibility to the Jewish Diaspora, while advocating for the education and financial well-being of the city’s minorities.
What to do after ‘slaughter the Jews’ is spray-painted in Arabic on part of the Western Wall?
July 22, 2019
“Jerusalem is a place where we sanctify freedom of worship,” said Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum. “It is unbelievable that young Arabs are still being brainwashed by their school’s educators and surroundings to commit these acts of vandalism.”
Building projects at entrance to Jerusalem means real growth (and some growing pains)
June 25, 2019
“The location and features will help us to bring new jobs to the city. More office space will mean more businesses, whether its lawyers, bankers or high-tech,” said Ofer Berkovitch, a member of the city’s planning and construction committee.
Despite pressure, film about rising anti-Semitism in Europe gets Jerusalem screening
June 13, 2019
Jerusalem Deputy Mayor Fleur Hassan-Nahoum: “It is unbelievable that in our capital city, an anti-Semitic film has an easier time finding a venue than a movie talking about Islamic fundamentalism in Europe that is forcing Jews to leave.”
Group raises alarm over UNRWA’s anti-Israel incitement within its Jerusalem schools
January 29, 2019
Experts and former Israeli politicians who contend that the U.N. agency is perpetuating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by encouraging incitement are urging the Israeli government to revoke permits for schools in Jerusalem under UNRWA’s auspicious.