As Israel celebrated last week the “Jerusalem Day,” leaked statistics revealed that Jewish reverse immigration rates from occupied Jerusalem have been notably increased over 2016.
Israeli Channel 10 reported that more than 18,000 Israeli settlers have left the holy city over 2016, 46% of those aged between 20 and 34.
The sources pointed out that occupied Jerusalem has the lowest net per-capita household income.
Finally, while the majority of Israeli settlers living in occupied Jerusalem feel less secure in the city streets, 71% of those aged 20 and over feel unsafe walking alone in their neighborhoods at dark.
(Source / 27.05.2017)