In the aftermath of the complete destruction of Gaza, Electronic Intifada looks at the history of the Palestinian seaside city of Jaffa, the former cultural capitol of Palestine prior to the Zionist invasion of 1948. As the center of intellectual resistance within Israel proper, Jaffa’s Palestinian Israeli citizens today lead the way toward equal civil rights, uniting Palestinians and Israelis in demanding an end to Israeli apartheid.


~ by Jay Taber on February 27, 2009.

2 Responses to “Jaffa”

  1. hello my name is noam.
    and i am doing a resarch of a building that was built in king george street in jaffa by Ibrahim Haggar at 1947, next to it there was a coffe shope named: Abu Shakush.
    any information can help me to make the past last in the colective memory.

    thank you

  2. I’m sorry I don’t know more. Palestine Remembered is another website with archived information that might help you.

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