But ok - what are we supposed to do? The polarization goes on. Jerusalem becomes more and more religious, nationalistic, "touristic" and anti-art/anti-intellectual. Meanwhile, Tel Aviv drifts away from all this. In 722 B.C, the land split into Israel and Judah. In 2022, the State of Israel will undergo a revolution - a split between the religious and the secular? Maybe not. But look at the trends and tendencies. The measure mentioned in the article is futile, because the currents that are causing the rift cannot be stopped. Or?
Australia's most dangerous Islamic State operative killed in U.S. strike (AP)
from the article: Jerusalem organization bemoans brain drain to Tel Aviv
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