“A survey among Jerusalem’s young residents, conducted by the municipality, reveals that:
70% of students define Jerusalem’s atmosphere as one of the city’s points of attraction.
75% recommend Jerusalem to their friends as a place of residence.
88% of students see the city’s atmosphere as an attracting factor as a place of residence.
89% of students see the city’s social fabric as an attracting factor when recommending it to a friend.
A bonus, leaked from a survey whose results are yet to be publicized:
96% of Jerusalemites say that they believe in tolerance and try to realize it as a value in their personal lives.”
[Translation of the photo’s text:]
“160,000 passengers of all sectors, daily on the Light Rail
400 Tolerance-promoting events yearly
1000 Tolerance-promoting activists in Jerusalem
96% of Jerusalemites believe in tolerance
80 Tolerance-promoting organizations
2 Coalitions that promote tolerance in Jerusalem
80 Initiatives on Jerusalemite Day: Day of Diversity 
1 Jerusalem, world capital of tolerance.”
– Jerusalem Tolerance FB Page, Here you can find lists tolerance promoting activities in Jerusalem
0202 Editor’s Notes:
 From the event page: “Jerusalemite Day of Diversity invites you to bring forth our everyday Jerusalem, Jerusalem of diversity. Together we will re-claim Jerusalem Day  via a variety of activities designed to promote tolerance […].”
 Jerusalem Day is a national holiday commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City.
#Activism #Tolerance #Coexistence