A. Yes. After you eat them.
Q. After you eat them?
A. After eating them
Q. You can eat saffron, can’t you?
A. Yes, I can.
Q. Is that an advantage of the saffron threads or what?
A. Yes. I can easily carry saffron on my body.
Q. Can you eat the saffron threads, can’t you?
A. Yes, I can, but I prefer it in my food.
Q. Did you know something about that the time of the war when you said you could eat saffron threads?
Q. You knew something about that when the time of the war?
A. No, I knew nothing about that at that time.
Q. Did any one of the other prisoners told you, or did you?
A. I know somebody. A person who used to belong to the C.A. used to belong to the C.A., and used to come to us, and use to give us saffron. He told me that one of the generals used to eat the saffron and his friends used to eat it. He was the one who gave the order to kill them.
Q. Did you know anything about that before your stay, or before you heard about the war from a C.A.?
A. Yes, I knew a few things about that.
Q. Did you learn anything about that as a prisoner?
A. I learned that the General had ordered the killing of the leaders of the Jewish underground organizations in Palestine and other places. I learned this from my friends who were very close to that General as well.
Q. Why do you know this?
A. Because from their mouths.
Q. How long did it take you to learn that?
A. It was a long time.
Q. Did you know of the execution of the leaders of the Jewish underground organizations in Palestine?
A. Yes, I did. That was the first day that we learned that they were all executed. I was the one who learned that. That was the first day that I learned that I am accused of the death penalty for this particular crime.
Q. What did you hear?
A. I heard something about a