I could rant about the racist El Al security in this story, but.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Maureen Ann
    • 08.04.10 | 08:27 (IDT)

    I won't. Way back in the olden days, before TV, computers, and objective news reporting, I had a gem of a school teacher. He had traveled to most parts of the world, including the Middle East. In a class of school children that often were rowdy and non attentive, everyone listened in wonder as he told us of the most hospitable people he had ever met anywhere in the world - the Arab people (including Bedouin) in the Middle East.

    from the article: El Al ordered to compensate humiliated Israeli Arab passengers
    First published 04:14 08.04.10 | Last updated 10:04 08.04.10
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