The activist and human rights advocate changed American tennis.
To say Jerusalem is important to Christians, Jews and Muslims is an understatement. The city has been been conquered, destroyed and rebuilt over the centuries.
President Donald Trump’s decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is already having violent consequences.
We examine what Jerusalem means to the world and what President Trump’s move means for the possibility of negotiating peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
- Daniel Estrin Jerusalem correspondent, NPR; @danielestrin
- Jonathan Schanzer Senior vice president of research, the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, author of "State of Failure: Yasser Arafat, Mahmoud Abbas, and the Unmaking of the Palestinian State;" previously deputy executive director, the Jewish Policy Center; @JSchanzer
- Shibley Telhami Professor of peace and development, University of Maryland; senior fellow, Brookings Institution; author of "The World Through Arab Eyes: Arab Public Opinion and the Reshaping of the Middle East;" @ShibleyTelhami
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