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A plea for discussion on Israel’s nation-state law, by Asa Kasher (TOI)

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Aug. 9, 2018

We need a meaningful discussion about Israel’s new Fundamental Law. Yet once you mention Israel, darts are thrown, and the nature and complexities of the law itself are cast aside. We should explore several questions.

Given the new law, what is the difference between a Jewish and a non-Jewish citizen of Israel? Under this and the other fundamental laws, there ought to be no difference between a Jewish and a non-Jewish citizen in terms of civil rights.

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