Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day from "Apparatus of Capture - Architecture in Israel-Palestine, 60 Years On"

Patrick Geddes planned Tel Aviv in a manner which limited congestion and provided space and air, and at the same time deliberately cut it off from the Palestinian city of Jaffa

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By Sharon Rotbard
By Daniel Monterescu
on the crumbling wall of Jaffa’s Kazakhane Muslim graveyard overlooking the Mediterranean, faded graffiti comprising a drawing of an orange reads in black and orange colors, “Jaffa, the city of the sad orange that will smile again”
- Jaffa Shared & Shattered
Land of Sad Oranges
By Ghassan Kanafani

Some past and present images of Jaffa & Tel Aviv: