Tuesday, May 26, 2009
"Shortly after the 1973 Arab-Israeli war he had a chance meeting at Harvard University with Sana Hassan, the daughter of Egypt's ambassador to the United States at the time. That led to a series of conversations between them, published the following year as "Between Enemies: A Compassionate Dialogue Between an Israeli and an Arab."" Read that book by Sana Hassan. She is so boring and...not very bright. But this is something I like: why are none of Israeli admirers among the Arabs (they are a handful, really) ever smart? I mean, take Egyptian clownish playwright, `Ali Salim. In fact, Tahseen Bashir was so embarrassed by his wife's ramblings in favor of Israel that he divorced her, and he was the official spokesperson of Sadat.
Posted by As'ad AbuKhalil at 9:05 AM