An excerpt from an article entitled ‘Morocco’s Ancient City of Fez’, by Harvey Arden, in the March 1986 edition of National Geographic. I have posted it in connection with a debate at Shelfari.
I have posted this letter, sent to me by Time magazine in 1988, in connection with a debate at Shelfari. (I had written to Time with evidence that the Moroccan Jews were not forced to flee their country in the 1950s.)
Shemi Tzur received a cordial welcome in Palmerston North, according to this article in The Tribune (a weekly community newspaper) on July 20, 2011. Meanwhile, some of his compatriots in Christchurch were apparently up to other tricks (see previous blog entry). If you want to read the article, click it to enlarge it.
NOTE TO MR TZUR: For the Palestinians, Israel is also an experience they’ll never forget. They will remember it long after you lot have scuttled back to Russia, Poland, Germany, the United States and all the other places you came from.
I have reproduced this page, taken from The London Magazine of 1911, for my friend Mike at GeekAlerts — a blog that introduces its followers to the latest gadgets and gizmos. It’s further proof that, in every age, people are fascinated by the latest inventions.