The subject of the current issue of Jadal is those Palestinian cities that were seized during the Nakba in 1948 and in which a Palestinian population remained; namely, Jaffa, Lydda, Ramle, Haifa, and Acre. These cities are given various designations, of which the term “mixed cities” is one of the most prevalent among their Palestinians residents today. The majority of the Jewish residents of these cities, however, regard them as Jewish cities.
- “Palestinians in Palestinian cities in Israel: A settler colonial reality”- Areej Sabbagh-Khoury.
- “From Urban Cosmopolitanism to “Mixed Cities” to Ethnic Purity”- Joel Beinin.
- “Acre and Haifa: Sisters on two sides of a single bay”- Johnny Mansour.
- “Mixed Cities: Towards a counter urban space?”- Haim Yacobi.
- “Radical Gentrifies: The Changing Landscape of Social Action in Jaffa”- Daniel Monteresco
- “City Squre and Country Bricks”- Ala Hlehel
- Mada al-Carmel Activities