Shootings, occupation and no whiskey: Sayed Kashua needs a vacation
Time is running out, but the writer finds himself on stage being asked about Holocaust Remembrance Day and Arab TV characters.
“Excuse me?” I asked the Arab waiter in the white shirt who greeted me a moment ago, at the entrance to a restaurant. Younis, I think it’s called, but I’m not sure. I’ve never been here; it’s the first time I’ve stopped at the Golani junction.
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