Template talk:Yishuv haYashan

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Does anyone have any proof that this photo is actually of Old Yishuv?

As the article Old Yishuv says, "The 'Old Yishuv' term was coined by members of the 'New Yishuv' in the late 19th century".

I do not see any proof that those gentleman are actually Old Yishuv, as opposed to immigrants of the First Aliyah.

Oncenawhile (talk) 20:00, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

Old Yishuv lived in the cities (mostly Jerusalem, Hebron, Safed and Tiberias), whereas the "New Yishuv" established agricultural communities (in Galilee, coastal plane and various other locations) and later new towns (like Tel Aviv in 1909). The entire community of Jerusalem was Old Yishuv, because of their social and economic way of life. This is a representative photo from Jerusalemite Jewish community, which shows elderly Jews. If you speculate that they are perhaps "new yishuv" visitors to Jerusalem, this is very unlikely, because new Yishiv were mostly youngsters (second Aliya) or mid-aged (first Aliya).GreyShark (dibra) 14:53, 7 April 2014 (UTC)