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    • Zev Davis
    • 07.10.13 | 20:29 (IDT)

    somewhere is a hinterland far far away from anywhere the copy editors have yet to discover. I recall during one of the Lebanon Wars a dude was doin' reserves and spent some time in Afula and had no idea that it existed. It's a good thing there are wars and border incursions, otherwise the "national" newspapers wouldn't place itens about place names south of Rechovot and North of Hadera. Then again, I am told that the Zimmerim "out there" in the direction of Tiberias and the Western Gallille fill up mysteriously with peple from Tel Aviv. The truth be told, most of us that live in boondocks kinda like it where we live, so . . . What can I tell ya'

    from the article: Bilingual education flourishes in Israel, but only in cities
    First published 14:23 07.10.13 | Last updated 14:23 07.10.13
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