Peeling the prickly Sabras

A veteran immigrant takes a second amusing look at what makes Israelis tick.

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January 27, 2016 10:26
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Israeli stereotypes

The 'Ars' and the ‘freha’ in their natural habitat. (photo credit: AVI KATZ)

 
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