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A few weeks ago, I voted in my first Israeli election. On the days leading up to the event itself, as the results were published, and in the days that followed, I was glued to the internet, waiting for every … Continue reading
One summer, when I was 18 years old, I was surprised to receive a package in the post with my passport in it. I was not expecting a new passport, I already had one, and it was not due to … Continue reading
Some things never change is a worn and clichéd expression, partly because, like most clichés, it’s true. With Israel experiencing its worst winter in a decade, it might be comforting to learn, amidst the flooded roads, the cancelled trains, the … Continue reading
For about 15 years from the mid-1930s onwards, Jewish and Arab journalists based in Tel Aviv and Jaffa worked together – somewhat in secret – to report the news.
When I was a child, and I wanted to drink coffee like the adults did, my parents bought me my own jar of decaf. I was born in the 80s, but it seems that parents in 1930s Tel Aviv also … Continue reading