A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
Evelyn Gordon has worked as a journalist and commentator in Israel since 1990. She is a contributing editor of the Israeli quarterly Azure and writes frequently at Commentary magazine’s Contentions blog, where this first appeared.
About the Author: Evelyn Gordon has worked as a journalist and commentator in Israel since 1990. She is a contributing editor of the Israeli quarterly Azure and writes frequently at Commentary magazine’s Contentions blog, where this first appeared.
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