Once more AB playes cut and loose in his modular intellectual manner, wwhich is adding any credibility or respect to his otherwise literary output.I say modular, because it is easy for AB to be part of a fashionable terminologies in the relationship between the Diaspora and Israel. Not that he changed his attitude on the subject, so he claims,but he manages to use such a twisted composition of his letter of explanation, in order to justify and oroject that he has maintained the same old prejudices about the ascention of the Israel's Judaism versus the Diaspora's. Which is not what one can gather from his boog "The Journey..." where he created a whole ethos amd mith in the two conflicting sections of the Diaspora: The Separdim and the Ashkenaz. It is disingeneous of AB to claim that he held the same opinions even in his writings; which is not the case at least in the Journey. Plug and Play is concept that might apply to the technologically sphere of our lives, not in the relationship between Diaspora and the Israeli nation.
Palestinian man suffers light wounds from rocks thrown by Jewish men in Jerusalem (Haaretz)
from the article: A.B. Yehoshua sends 'deepest apologies' for AJC remarks