CORRECTION: Due to a serious miscommunication, I mistakenly reported that the ARDC had moved to Jerusalem. Nic Schlagman of the ARDC confirms that the ARDC did lose a lease due to the religious edict mentioned below and that the organization has had "a lot of problems trying to relocate our shelters for the same reason." They have not, however, moved to Jerusalem; their offices are currently closed for a week as they move to Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station. My deepest apologies for the error. I met with Yohannes Bayu yesterday, the founder and director of the African Refugee Development…Read More... | 20 Comments
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