This chapter examines the immigrant inﬂux from a thematic viewpoint – namely, the placement and construction of buildings of a religious nature – and from the speciﬁc geographical viewpoint of Italy.
The chapter investigates the multifaceted politics of housing informality in Jerusalem arising from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict over the city. It stresses the concomitant existence of different kinds of informality in different areas of the city: Palestinian neighbourhoods in East Jerusalem lying on the Israeli (western) side of the ‘security barrier’, …
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