You Say Bassal; I Say Batzal: What happens when an Israeli chef and a Palestinian chef share a kitchen.
"I’m an Israeli caterer working in Washington, D.C., and for the past four years, I have been working shoulder to shoulder, cutting board to cutting board, with a Palestinian co-chef.
The result is strange: an alliance where food is at once political and unifying, and where politics is always in the kitchen too."
"A number of Libyan cities and regions have been angry and disappointed by the NTC and the interim government and also by their compatriots from other regions,...now one is threatening secession .
" [If the NTC] comes and discusses and negotiate with us we might reach some agreement and if they say no then we will try to close our borders and defend our revolution then we will create a separate state in this region""
Is it illegal in Saudi to have a white beard the month of December because you look like Santa Claus? Can you wear your lucky green hat in March during St. Patrick's Day?
Well, you sure as sunshine can not mess with red in Riyadh during February because of Valentines' Day.