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
My most unfortunate brother, Dr. Renato Rubato (quel idiot!), errs again in his futile attempts at understanding the Middle Eastern conundrum. I, for one, can only say that these Palestinian dwellers of Hebron and their Jewish counterparts are no more like the dwellers that I encountered many a time in my most volatile youth in that certain quarter in Paris (oh, I admit, I was most certainly a naughty little boy...ooh lah lah, your eyes are rolling) where I met a young girl from Oran who would perform what Nabokov referred to as a "souffle" for three hundred francs and a box of Godiva chocolates. Therefore, I think what only a Palestinian can say in his Arabic or a Jew in his Hebrew---not less, not more, but for peace.