In pictures: An Israeli state of mind
Each of us is a world in himself, says Haaretz photographer Alex Levac, but is also part of the amorphous entity called 'Israel.'
It all started for me in the 1940s, when my mother would take me to her regular café in Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv, where she’d meet with her girlfriends twice a week. I was 4 years old and really suffered at these meetings. What does a little kid want with a coffee klatch?
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