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WATCH: Jerusalem's extraterritorial neighborhood — Shuafat Camp

The Jerusalem Municipality and Israel Police provide no services to the walled-off neighborhood of Shuafat Refugee Camp, which is inside the city of Jerusalem. Camp residents discuss what they need.

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    1. Bryan

      You would have thought, would you not, that if this land, from the sea to the river, is especially holy to God, that collecting the rubbish would be a fundamental requirement? But perhaps all this religious garbage is merely a cloak for a gang of primarily secular colonists and thieves?

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      • Pedro X

        Palestinians refuse to vote for representation on the Jerusalem municipal council. Palestinians attack ambulances, police, fireman, garbage trucks and other municipal workers. This might have something to do with the level of municipal services they receive.

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