Those Israeli social protesters who couldn't be bother to vote
A new novel shows that our lives are determined by forces of which we are unaware.
Two days after the municipal elections, a good friend of mine named Leon Alkalai posted some pointed and precise comments on Facebook, in which he recommended to the re-elected mayor of Tel Aviv-Jaffa that instead of basking in his victory he should ask himself why so many people refrained from turning out and voting for him. “If I, honorable Mayor, had been elected to head this amazing city, I would ask...
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