The Changing Balance Between the Jewish and Non-Jewish Population of Jerusalem

The Changing Balance Between the Jewish and Non-Jewish Population of Jerusalem

This graph is included in an article published by the Jewish People Policy Institute, an independent professional policy think tank. The graph illustrates the changing demographics of Jerusalem from 1922–2015. Since the reunification of Jerusalem in 1967, the non-Jewish residents of East Jerusalem were included, and the non-Jewish population has been increasing at a faster rate than the Jewish population. To read the rest of this 3-page article click here

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