Tel Aviv and its suburbs are arranged with their face towards the West and a wall separating their back from all the turmoil in the East: the settlers in the territories, the Ultra-Orthodox in Jerusalem, and also these Palestinians. ... Tel Aviv behaves as if it were a Mediterranean suburb of London while in a spitting distance from it eastward and southward lies an immense jail holding millions of people without rights for over half a century.
Sunday, May 02, 2010
Gil-Scott Heron has boycotted Tel Aviv, Israel’s “bubble” in which I’m currently living. Moshe Yaroni writes,