Sayed Kashua gets a lesson in identity politics - in Catalan
To the writer's surprise, intermarriage between Spanish and Catalonian people is quite common.
I’m writing this column from my seat in the middle of the rear section of an El Al Boeing 737 en route home from Barcelona. The flight attendant will soon arrive with the beverage cart. I’d be happy to have a beer, but El Al stopped offering beer and any other alcoholic drinks years ago, other than a red wine that doesn’t give the impression of being an especially high-quality product.
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