"Hey, I didn't know about the details because it's so routine I don't even pay attention. A few days ago we did something a lot worse that was completely routine and I had no idea anybody would care about this one. If I had noticed I would have been polite and put off the announcement a little bit. There wasn't anything wrong with the settlements and I'll do it again routinely, but I didn't mean to be rude. I apologise for the distress you feel, though I need no apology for the entirely routine new building permits." I'd kind of like to make an apology like that, but I don't know anybody powerless enough to do it to.
International investigators to probe several cases of Syria chemical attacks (AP)
from the article: Yishai: Sorry for distress over East Jerusalem plan
Tel Aviv Museum of Art director Suzanne Landau defends her organization's recent actions, and says she isn't afraid to resign if the culture minister tells her to censor something.02:21 13.02.16 | 0 comments