'Unless something changes, city will become more extremist, religious and less accepting,' says woman who decided to stay in capital

Tal Shavit, 26, is studying political science at Hebrew University and was looking for a job in Jerusalem for after graduation. She hooked up with “New Spirit,” a non-profit trying to encourage students to stay in the Israeli capital after they graduate and they arranged an internship with Policy, a large lobbying organization.

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