Where the postman rings twice (a week, if that)
The Supreme Court is hearing a case by a civil rights organization charging that Israel is failing in its duty to provide mail service to residents of East Jerusalem.
Khader Abu Sbitan is the mukhtar of A-Tur, an East Jerusalem neighborhood of nearly 23,000 residents. There, the local post office is so tiny and crowded that on certain days of the month, when people need to pay bills or receive payments, the line stretches out the door and up the road. One service they don't receive is, well, mail delivery.