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    • Markos Souza
    • 03.12.12 | 15:39 (IST)

    The israeli goverment been adoption positions that makes harder and harder for modern, liberal and pro democracy jews to blindily support Israel in whatever the goverment takes the country into.Of course it doesn't mean all the american jewry, but in the long run, not only the maerican jewry, but also all diaspora jewry will get more and more disconected from the State of Israel, not becuse they don't love it or becuse they are against it, but becuse s getting more and more hard to support the policies of the current goverment, which going to be the next one, as it seens really hard for the center-left parties to unite and get the chairs in the Knesset so they can form a new goverment, and even so, history had show that despite the center-left speach, the bloc normally don't lift a finger to make real change, so Likud-Beitenu will probably win the next election.

    from the article: Will U.S. Jews stand together in Israel’s next crisis?
    First published 14:04 03.12.12 | Last updated 14:04 03.12.12
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