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Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, they rear their ugly heads. No one is protected. No one can hide. That’s right – formerly misogynistic young men have morphed into misogynistic old men, and as … Continue reading
I spent most of the past week working on follow-ups to a story that hit the headlines last week: the El Al-ultra-Orthodox-seat-switching saga. In brief, for those who aren’t familiar with the story, Israeli carrier El Al Airlines is facing … Continue reading
On its back page, the Arabic daily Filastin published a selection of news photos from around the world. The Christian-owned broadsheet, published out of Jaffa since 1911, was one of the highest-circulating Arabic newspapers at the time. Its main competitor … Continue reading