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An Arab Name Is Fine if You Want to Die for Israel, Less So if You Want to Make a Living

Israeli model Nataly Dadon shared with her Instagram followers that she canceled three taxis because the drivers near her had Arab names. Irony banged its head against the wall as it remembered that just a few weeks ago Dadon joined a Zaka delegation to help refugees in Ukraine, which means she is capable of empathy.

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