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Title 880-01 Ṿadi Salib. English
880-01/(2/r ואדי סאליב - הנוכח והנפקד. אנגלית
A confiscated memory : Wadi Salib and Haifa's lost heritage / Yfaat Weiss ; translated by Avner Greenberg.
Imprint New York : Columbia University Press, [2011]
©2011

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 252 pages)
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Wadi Salib (Haifa, Israel)
Riots -- Israel -- Haifa.
Immigrants -- Israel -- Haifa -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Palestinian Arabs -- Israel -- Haifa -- History.
Israel -- Haifa.
Israel -- Haifa -- Wadi Salib.
1900-1999
Genre History.
Contents Prologue : The neighbors who get rich on our account -- War : diachronic neighbors -- Commotion : "And I wanted to do something nice, like they have up in Hadar" -- Evacuation : city lights -- Khirbehm : Altneuland -- Epilogue : Iphrat Goshen and his wife Miriam move into Said's home in Hallisa.
Summary Until the War of 1948, Wadi Salib was an impoverished Arab neighborhood in Haifa, Israel. A single day of fighting uprooted its residents. Yet Wadi Salib retained its Arab name, even after Jewish immigrants from Morocco resettled it, replacing one layer of existence with another. In 1959, Misrahi protest against continual discrimination turned the neighborhood and into an icon of ethnic strife between Israeli Jews. Nevertheless, its Arab inscription and the acts committed there lingered in its stones.
Other Title Print version: Weiss, Yfaat. Ṿadi Salib. English. Confiscated memory. New York : Columbia University Press, ©2011 9780231152266
Other Title Wadi Salib and Haifa's lost heritage