'A Grave Threat to Zionism': An Exchange

In response to: An Exclusive Corner of Hebron from the February 23, 2012 issue Jan Grarup/Noor/Redux A young boy looking out at the city of Hebron from his familys trailer in the Jewish settlement of Tel Rumeida, 20022003 To the Editors: Jonathan Freedland captures the vibrancy of Arab Hebron [An Exclusive Corner of Hebron, NYR, February 23], with its thronging market square that brims with life and trade for 175,000 Arab residents. But he seems greatly troubled by the presence of seven hundred Jews, confined to 3 percent of the city, who require the constant presence of Israeli soldiers to protect them from their hostile neighbors.

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