Thu 29 May 2014, The Guardian

Jerusalem’s light railway: commuting with a rifle through the conflicted city

By Harriet Sherwood
The four teenage boys on the Jerusalem light rail belonged to the global brotherhood of lads. Dressed in jeans, hoodies and trainers; they slouched in their seats, lanky legs stretching halfway across the carriage, joking around, rolling an empty water bottle between their feet.
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