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One response to “Barkat’s Vision for Jerusalem”

  1. Oz DiGennaro

    It was a great event. I'll give a couple of off-beat impressions.

    Robert Reich asked Nir, "Can you tell me more about being stubborn?". Nir said, at first, "No." A common Israeli response – provoke first and then proceed.

    Nir said Israelis are very very good about thinking outside the box – a characteristic required in the recent history of Israel. But Nir also said, "Maybe Israelis cannot think enough INSIDE the box."


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