Dotaznik Pro Jacka Khalila / Demographic conflict in Jerusalem and beyond

11.11.2018 13:52

Play Dotazník


00:13 Please introduce yourself and your organization.

01:05 Can you give some specific examples of your work on a daily basis?

03:37 What are the most pressing problems for Palestinians in Jerusalem? Please give specific examples.

08:15 Can you give a specific example of a family you are working with? What is their story?

11:05 Do registered Palestinians after the age of 35 get permit or an ID to stay in Jerusalem, or not everyone gets it?

13:31 Why do Palestinians in Jerusalem build houses without permits? What are the consequences?

18:14 Can Palestinians make renovations to their houses?

21:04 Are Palestinian and Israeli citizens equal in Jerusalem? If not, what are the main inequalities?

26:20 Is there apartheid in Jerusalem? If so, please give specific examples.

29:23 Do you have hopes for the future? How do you see your future in Jerusalem? And what do you think of the One-State solution?

34:08 Do you think One-State solution is achievable?


Jack Khalil – Legal Expert and Director of the Jerusalem Branch of Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center (JLAC). He is also a member at the Board of Directors of the Palestinian Counseling Center (PCC). Jack holds a Master Degree in Human Rights and in his work, he has been cooperating with different legal and human rights organizations in Jerusalem and West Bank such as Jerusalem Center for Human Rights.

Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center (JLAC) – JLAC specializes in providing legal aid to vulnerable communities in East Jerusalem and elsewhere in West Bank. JLAC is a key player in interventions in support of civic and human rights; it undertakes pro-bono legal cases related to house demolition, forced displacement, land confiscation, and more recently settler violence. Among the objectives of JLAC are empowering vulnerable Palestinian communities through awareness raising, field visits to places of human rights violations, strengthening local communities; creating an institutional, legislative, and policy environment that enables the mobilization of social capital and international support towards the respect of human