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Report 07-08 [JIIS -- Jerusalem Facts and Trends 2007-2008 -- Maya Choshen, Michal Korach and Dan Kaufman]

Report 07-08 [JIIS -- Jerusalem Facts and Trends 2007-2008 -- Maya Choshen, Michal Korach and Dan Kaufman]

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At the end of 2007 there were 444,900 Jerusalem residents (Jews and Arabs) living in the areas added to the
city after 1967, constituting 60% of the city’s population. Roughly 43% of the inhabitants of these areas lived in
neighborhoods with a Jewish majority (192,100), and they made up 39% of the city’s total Jewish population.
At the end of 2007 the residents of the largest Jewish neighborhoods built after 1967 in areas added to the city

after its reunifcation numbered as follows: 41,900 residents in Pisgah Ze’ev, 41,400 in Ramot Alon, 27,100 in

Gilo, 20,200 in Neve Ya'akov, 14,900 in Ramat Shlomo and 12,200 in East Talpiyot.

Some 57% of the residents living in areas added following the reunifcation of the city lived in neighborhoods

with an Arab majority (252,800) and they made up 97% of the city’s Arab population. The largest Arab
neighborhoods (in terms of population) in these areas were: Shuafat (including the refugee camp) had 37,400
residents, Beit Hanina – 26,800, the Moslem Quarter – 26,500 and A-Tur (including A-Sawana) – 23,600.

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