Glad we came

A double response to David Teich's op-ed 'Why I'm heading back to the US.'

February 11, 2009 09:16
Glad we came

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Right of reply to David Teich's 'Why I'm heading back to the US'. Israel is still rough around the edges Only Israel is a Jewish place but as appealing as this idea might be to the Zionist mind, there is still the daily reality of living here. The close-knit 'Anglo mafia' American olim came here to help build this country, and we are doing so more than any other sector.

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