180,000 Israelis can't be wrong, can they? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Alan Abbey
    • 16.06.13 | 11:20 (IDT)

    Ilene, for a lot of reasons, such cars are problematic. Yet, yet, yet...more than 100,000 Jerusalemites, east Jerusalemites, and presumably Israelis from the rest of the country stood patiently and politely to watch the zooming internal combustion machines. The crowd was as diverse as Jerusalem - religious / secular, Arab, Anglo, etc. - all enjoying something together and putting a different face forward to the world. Noisy? Yes. Polluting? Not more than our power plants. Disruptive? For a few hours, perhaps. Fun? Yup. Different? Yup. All-in-all good? Yup.

    from the article: Jerusalem Grand Prix: A formula for frustration - unless you really dig Ferraris
    First published 14:08 12.06.13 | Last updated 14:08 12.06.13
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