Sayed Kashua wants both sides to go to hell
Reflections at the end of a stressful North American book tour.
My suitcase is packed. My ride to the airport will be here soon and I’ll start the journey home. I’m standing by the window in the hotel room and looking out at snowy Montreal. “This is one of the most significant snowstorms of the year,” said the Canadian weatherman, as he joked with the anchorman about how it was happening at the end of March, just when the city was eager to welcome spring.