HUMAN first, then a proud IRANIAN

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June 03, 2004

Meet some great Palestinians and Israelis

Attituds may have hardened and grown bitter, but some think only a complete end to occupation will unedrmine the extriminist on both sides.
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Israeli taxi drivers are notoriously reluctant to pay the tax associated with turning on their meters. I took one Tel Aviv taxi driver to task over this, wondering aloud who would pay for the relatively high level of services Israelis enjoy. ‘Don’t worry, the Americans will pay,’ was his quick retort. And so they have, by the billions, year after year. Back in Kansas – where a significant number of citizens regard taxation as theft – this might not go down too well. But that has been the reality for the last 30 odd years.

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