Category Archives: Israeli Politics

But what about the Druze?

I didn’t intend to write about the Nation-State Law again. I thought that I had explained my position that the law is an expression of what it means to be a Jewish state, and is essential to protect our Zionist … Continue reading

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Our cognitive enemies

The missiles are falling all over Israel, their multi-ton payloads blasting the Jewish state, built at such great cost in human effort and blood over the past 70 years, to bits. I am not talking about physical missiles. They are … Continue reading

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On democracy

The favorite complaint made by the Israeli Left and the American liberal Jewish establishment against anything the supposedly “right-wing” government of Israel does is that it is “undemocratic.” They do not usually define the concept of democracy, but they are … Continue reading

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Why they hate the Nation-State Law

The Basic Law: Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People was finally passed a few days ago. The practical, concrete consequences are minimal. There will be neither more nor fewer Arabic road signs. Nobody will lose their right to … Continue reading

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The Nation-State Law rises again

Five years since its initial introduction by MK Avi Dichter, the Nation State Bill is being hotly debated in the Knesset once again. Israel’s Declaration of Independence announced the creation of “A Jewish state in Eretz-Israel,” and added, The State … Continue reading

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