In Wake of Fire, Haifa's Famous Jewish-Arab Coexistence Threatens to Go Up in Smoke
A senior firefighter says local Arab politicians 'set fires in the morning and come to be interviewed at night'; Mohammed, a paramedic, says that while saving people from the flames, he doesn't think about accusations being made against Arabs.
Everyone on the train to Haifa late last week was talking about the fire. I couldn’t see the flames, but as we approached the city I could smell burning plastic. One young soldier decided he was Rambo and...
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