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"It's terrible," a friend of mine said this week. We ran into each other outside Peets, hot beverages in hand.
"What is?" I asked.
"What Israel is doing," she said.
When you want to avoid a confrontation over Israel sometimes it's best to act like an Israeli. So I shrugged...