Robert Fisk reports:
I receive a call from a friend, Amira Solh, who is with another Al Arabiya crew, asking where I am in the crowd. “I am on the mosque side of the church,” I shout, and Polikavic collapses with laughter. “Fisky,” he roars, “that really is the story of Lebanon. Aren’t we are all now ‘on the mosque side of the church’?”
Fisky’s been on the mosque side for years. In his previous column, Fisky took a shot at French colonialism:
By the way, when did we ever see an ethnic map of Paris and its banlieues?
Here’s one, Bob. Happy to help.
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