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The tour route runs through East Jerusalem neighborhoods and utilizes key observation points to provide context for understanding how developing facts on the ground impact the future of a secure, democratic Israeli state.
Participants learn about the formation of the city’s borders, the impacts of building and construction and other policies influencing both daily life in the city and its political future: socio-economic disparities between East and West Jerusalem; security, political and humanitarian implications of the Separation Barrier; and the geo-political ramifications of settlement building, road construction, national parks and touristic settlement.
Tour begins at 10:00 AM and runs about four hours (via bus with stops at observation points).
It is recommended that participants bring water, food and a hat.