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The voice of Israel’s minority Druze population that is being silenced by Israeli Media By Avi Abelow (Israel Unwired)

By   /  August 9, 2018  /  friends/enemies, Israel, media bias  /  No Comments

Aug. 5, 2018 The Druze community in Israel is a very loyal and Zionist community. Unfortunately, left-wing organizations now abuse this very pro-Israel community in order to harm the Jewish state. Click here for article & 3 1/2 min. video by Hazar Gadben (a Druze)

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A Democratic Nation State of the Jewish People – Sara Greenberg (J. Post via Daily Alert)

By   /  August 8, 2018  /  Human Rights, Israel  /  No Comments

Aug. 8, 2018 A Democratic Nation State of the Jewish People – Sara Greenberg (Jerusalem Post) As Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Advisor for World Communities, part of my job is to listen to what people around the world have to say. Much of what I have heard from critics following the passage of Basic Law: Israel – […]

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Critics of Nation-State Law Misunderstand Israel’s Constitutional System – Evelyn Gordon (JNS via Daily Alert) and link to 2nd related article

By   /  August 3, 2018  /  Human Rights, Israel  /  No Comments

Aug. 3, 2018 Critics of Nation-State Law Misunderstand Israel’s Constitutional System – Evelyn Gordon (JNS) Much of the criticism of Israel’s new nation-state law stems from a fundamental misunderstanding of Israel’s constitutional system. The new law isn’t meant to be read in isolation, but in concert with other Basic Laws enshrining Israel’s democratic system. Israel doesn’t […]

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There’s Nothing Wrong with a Jewish State – Jonathan S. Tobin (National Review via Daily Alert)

By   /  July 24, 2018  /  double standards, International, Israel  /  No Comments

July 24, 2018 There’s Nothing Wrong with a Jewish State – Jonathan S. Tobin (National Review) Considering the enormous fuss it created, you’d have thought the law passed last week by Israel’s Knesset fundamentally changed the nature of the state. But the law changes virtually nothing. The new law is an enunciation of the basic principles […]

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