I hate to agree - but I must. Living abroad, again, after making Aliah in 1994, I realise that if any other country or community treated Jews the way Israel(ies) treat non-Jews, they would have been called Anti-Semites immediately. And their actions racistic. And they would have been dragged to court. I was apalled to exeprience how Israel and Jews treat other people in Israel, without anybody stopping them. And the stamp in the teudat seot revealing "how Jewish" one is - or is not. This is one very important reason that I chose to raise my children outside Israel. When the political, and more, religious leaders are not concerned about treating other people the way they themselves want to be treated, the result is terrible! When and who will help turn this around?
Supreme Court rejects plea for freeze on expansion of asylum seekers' detention (Haaretz)
from the article: U.S. State Department: Israel is not a tolerant society