> I quite loaded the end of my description so that you have an overview of how the conflict in Israel can spread to other cities in Europa.
Wow. How do you manage to bring Israel into this is beyond my comprehension.
1. can you please describe the mechanism by which the Israeli conflict "spreads" ?
2. Gaza is not a ghetto of Israel, and Gazans are not Israeli citizens.
3. Israel has people of all colors and even though there are poor cities and rich cities, but nothing like what you have in Paris.
Sorry, at the time my ancestor Isaac Aaron asked for the freedom of religion for the jewish people in Sweden, I think he did not quite care what was the politically correct way of saying jews had no right to practice their religion.
And I don't make a parallel on the political situation (you know you can read something to the end) but on the social AND topological situation: lack of mixity between two populations + reduced geographically speaking capacity of moving for the poorest + obvious signs of discrimination = what we call in our slang ghettoisation)
I suggest that the political situation just aggravates a socio economical situation that already have the same effects everywhere in the world.
"The first time I held a build of Beeline RTD in my hand, after getting it from my developers, I literally jumped up and down at the though that this app had come out of my head and I could now put it in my pocket and use it whenever I wanted."
I find it contradictory that you use "my developers" and "out of my head" in the same sentence.