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    • Tess
    • 07.12.07 | 01:00 (IST)

    Sorry to walk out. I work 3 afternoons a week and volunteer the other 2. Tonight, my sons have a holiday concert, busy day being a shuttle service. First, Jewish people are perfectly lovely. Look at Sasha Cohen! Things are not so easy for Arabs. When my DH was in University a company called one of his professors wanting the best in the class. When my DH went to the interview, the interviewer took one look at him and said " we don't hire your kind". Arabs are white and we are Christian, so there is no grinds to challenge, though who would want to work where they knew they were not accepted. Being mostly European, I never experienced discrimination until I married. Now, I am profiledon roads and flights. Security guards follow us around the mall. I have had dead animals left at my house, my tires slashed, my home broke into and turned over, people have refused to seat us at restaurants, my kids are called terrorists on the school bus. CZs call them heathens and stupid. Later

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    First published 00:00 05.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 05.12.07
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