Hillary Clinton did not use the term herself to describe Muslims; she forwarded an op-ed piece written by someone else that contained that phrase. However, that e-mail did not capture Hillary Clinton herself using the derogatory term to refer to Muslims. The screenshot shows an opinion piece written by Israeli author David Grossman that was published by Haaretz on 24 February Haaretz did something unusual: it placed an opinion piece on top of its front page. Many who read it were very moved.
But the moral missive never appeared in English at least to my knowledge. The English Haaretz has always been somewhat reticent in presenting Israel to the world. And of course translating Grossman is not easy, he is a master of the language and the art of writing. I have no idea whether I have done justice to this work.
But it needed to be translated. The message is too important. I read in the newspaper that an argument ensued with the Israeli checkpoint commander, and that he refused to accept the patient. And the commander said no. And yalla! We are on our way again. So they returned to van, and they kept on going. If the Maccabim checkpoint rejected him, there was no way in which the Atarot checkpoint will take him.
It is now pitch black outside and by the by, while traveling on Route 45, between the Ofer military base to the Atarot checkpoint, a thought or a suggestion pops up. Perhaps someone said something and nobody argued against, or perhaps someone did argue back but the one who came up with the original suggestion carried more weight.
You, yes you, move it, get your arse into gear you piece of shit — thanks to you our van stinks;, you ruined our evening, get going! What do you mean to where? Go there. Rather, it appeared in an opinion piece by an Israeli author about the death of a young man, which Clinton shared with others via e-mail.
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