The Pentagon Way PDF
Written by Meir Wigoder   


Meir Wigoder

I landed in Tel Aviv aboard a plane from Newark airport, exactly nine days after the World Trade Center disaster and after three flight cancellations by an airline that was more eager to reestablish its domestic flights than to tend to its international routes. The cab from the airport drove into Tel Aviv through the "Shalom" highway entrance, slipping past the two tallest business towers in the Middle East, fleetingly recalling the city I had just left, and then entered Kaplan Street, which had been temporarily renamed "The Pentagon Way" to commemorate the disaster.


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