State says nobody has a right to sell the drafts on the open market for a profit, as this infringes on the state's right to keep an asset 'of deep symbolic significance' that belongs to the state and the public.01:40 27.11.15 | 0 comments
I was recently visiting Israel. 3 times I was asked to sit in the back of the bus by passengers, not the driver. As a visitor, I do not know where to get off the bus and I generally felt more comfortable sitting in the front of the bus so the driver could tell me when we reached my stop. On these "segregated" buses I was made to feel uncomfortable by the male passengers. These are public buses, and everyone has the right to sit where they want. I understand why they want to sit separately, but as an American (who learned about Rosa Parks and civil rights) I felt discriminated against. The ultra orthodox need to understand other people's feelings too. If they need to sit separately they should have their own privately owned buses where they could make the rules.