Muslims, Jews, and Christians see Jerusalem as a holy city around the world—and the tensions in the city fuel much of the conflict between those groups. With the recent Israeli-Palestinian violence, it's time to look again at the role of this divisive city. Israeli attorney Daniel Seidemann says "Americans and Christians need a holistic perspective on the state of the holy city."
Daniel Seidemann has been a practicing attorney in Jerusalem and a partner in a firm specializing in commercial law since 1987. Since 1991, he has also specialized in legal and public issues in East Jerusalem.
In particular, he has worked on issues and cases related to government and municipal policies and practices, representing Israeli and Palestinian residents of Jerusalem before the statutory Planning Boards regarding development issues.
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