Thursday, April 10, 2008
A Society of Many Colors
Some observers love to tell about all the ways Israel does things wrong, and what better than tell about social inequalities. Alexander Yakobson looks at the same facts with a positively-jaundiced eye (does such a formulation exist?), and tells an encouraging story which contains at least as much truth as the other versions, as anyone who has ever walked down a street here knows: Israelis are unusually color-blind when it comes to people.