I found this article very surprising. Its premise is a false choice between either an identity-free state based on "the majority of its citizens", or a "definition based on religion". No Hebrew-speaking person, even an Ashkenazi applying post-Enlightenment European concepts to the Middle East around them, can seriously believe that to be Jewish is a definition "based on religion". Rather, it is a definition based on a people, as that term is defined at international law. There is a Hebrew word for this. Perhaps Mr. Rosenblum has heard it. It is an 'am, as in 'am yehoudi.
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from the article: Who will recognize the Israeli nation?