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With the release of HR’s latest video – Jerusalem: The Media Myth of Two Cities, and the launch of our new Facebook community page, The History of Jerusalem Did Not Start in 1967, I sat down with HR’s Special Projects Editor Yarden Frankl to discuss the making of the film. Why did you decide to…
Since Jerusalem was reunified in 1967, shopping malls and busy streets have replaced the barbed wire that once split the city in two. Yet the Media stubbornly cling to the notion that there are two separate cities of Jerusalem, East and West, and that the eastern half, including the Western Wall in the Old City, lacks Jewish legitimacy.