In our dreams stands the stranger
The state’s war against the African migrants is a badge of shame when with some support, they could become part of the diverse fabric of Israeli society.
In our dreams, the stranger who lives among us lives a life of equality and justice in the State of Israel. The eve of Rosh Hashanah is a good time for dreams about the coming year, and the bitter fate of some 60,000 African migrants merits our wishes that they enjoy a good (or at least a better) year. And the same goes for the State of Israel. For there is no better yardstick by which to...
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