George Town’s Diversity Safeguards its Religious Harmony
By Mick DumperSeptember 2017 FEATURE
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is Professor in Middle East Politics, University of Exeter, UK. His research is primarily on the Arab-Israeli conflict, especially future options for Palestinian refugees and for Jerusalem, and the politics of archaeology and conservation in the urban Middle East. His books include Jerusalem Unbound: Geography, History and the Future of the Holy City (2014); The Future of the Palestinian Refugees: Towards Equity and Peace (2007); The Politics of Sacred Space: The Old City of Jerusalem and the Middle East Conflict, 1967-2000 (2001); The Politics of Jerusalem Since 1967 (1997); and he is the editor of Palestinian Refugee Repatriation: Global Perspectives (2006).