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Corrected

Debra Kamin

Error (New York Times, Debra Kamin, travel, 9/14/16): Like most of the 800,000 citizens uncomfortably sharing real estate in Israel's contested capital, where Arabs and Jews are staked out on opposite sides and communities are strictly segregated between the religious and secular, everyday travel for Mr. Muna is circumscribed by lines real and invisible.

Correction (Online 9/15/16): Like most of the 800,000 citizens uncomfortably sharing real estate in Israel's contested capital, where Arabs and Jews are staked out on opposite sides and communities are often divided between the religious and secular, everyday travel for Mr. Muna is circumscribed by lines real and invisible. …

 
An earlier version of this described Jewish communities in Jerusalem incorrectly. Though Israel has separate school systems for secular, religious,and ultra-Orthodox students, and there are some ultra-Orthodox enclaves, communities are not strictly "segregated" between the religious and secular.