Let’s see how many Palestinians die as a result of Trump’s aid cuts…
‘It’s a death sentence’: Palestinians in Jerusalem brace for Trump aid cuts
In one neighbourhood of Jerusalem, no one is quite sure who their government is.
The suffocatingly dense district of Shuafat is a Palestinian refugee camp that has grown into a maze of illegally built high-rises, but the Palestinian Authority has no power here.
Israel considers Shuafat under its jurisdiction – its residents pay tax – yet people say the only state presence they feel is when soldiers come in.
Sewage spills on to the road, rubbish burns in old oil drums, and there is no mail system. Few streets have names. Israeli ambulances and fire trucks won’t enter.
So for many residents of Shuafat, the closest thing to a government is the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA.
So far the toll is none.