Sayed Kashua can write what he wants from New York. And it's scary.
It's different to hear about the ground invasion of Gaza when sitting in the Big Daddy diner on Broadway, with pictures of Elvis and Marilyn Monroe on the walls.
NEW YORK – It’s so weird to be writing from here. To be writing from New York, where we decided to make a week-long stop before going on to Illinois. How can I write about what’s happening in Israel when I’m not there? How can I sound credible writing about the children in the Gaza Strip while sitting in a pleasant apartment in Manhattan that belongs to a good friend named Debra...
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