We think of Jerusalem as a divided city and so it is – its Israeli and Palestinian populations are separated by language, religion, culture, politics and history.
And of course they have different political aspirations and territorial ambitions for the Holy City too.
But at times of rising tensions and rising casualty figures like this, the two populations that normally lead parallel lives share something very profound in common.
They are united by their fears for the dangers their families might face and by the deep urge that’s within all of us to keep our children safe.
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