“Yesterday, I went to a ceremony honoring the memory of Irwin Green, a very special man from Detroit who worked tirelessly towards bringing Jews and Arabs closer together”, I told my daughter Sivan over breakfast, before she headed off for another day in first grade. “Where?”, she...
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Israeli air force chief unfazed Egypt may get Russia’s S-300
Tag: Sagi Melamed
March 21, 2011 | 3:43 pm
March 21, 2011 | 3:39 pm
A dense foggy morning. The end-of-winter storm the forecasters promised us had stolen over the Mediterranean coast and was gradually taking over the Israeli skies. Already March – almost Purim – and we thought that winter was already behind us. We’d already come to terms with...