When two so fundamentally different societies as the Palestinian and the Israeli share a common space, one must wonder about the result. The double city Tel Aviv - Jaffa represents the complexity of the question. On one side is the Israeli Tel Aviv with its hotel complexes and Bauhaus boulevards; on the other is the Arab Jaffa with its narrow alleys and markets. This is how segregation through space, discourse and tourist market is effectuated. Naturally, the Arab residents of Jaffa are Israeli citizens, and there are also Jews among them – but these facts are often ignored.
- Excursion boat in Jaffa, Israel. In the background, the Tel Aviv skyline