On Sunday, I heard one of the Knesset members label the area outside the prime minister's house the "Hill of Cries." That is an appropriate name because the small site has historically been associated with people crying out their troubles for assistance from the nation's policy-makers, headed by the prime minister. But it seems that in Israel, the cries of one group are not like the cries of another.
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