Palestinians' concerns over Jaffa

Popularity of the ancient port city has led to worries Palestinians may lose it to Jews.



    The growing popularity of the ancient port of Jaffa is threatening new upheaval for Palestinian families who have long called it home.
        
    It has already been swallowed up by the Israeli city of Tel Aviv and become the place to buy real estate. 
       
    That means many Palestinians are struggling to stay.

    Nicole Johnston reports from Jaffa.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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