The asylum seeker, 36, cared for Kako Yamena after she was stabbed by an Israeli man in Tel Aviv, in 2014.03:54 09.02.16 | 0 comments
The reason for this is simple: a concept like 'loyalty to the state' is virtually impossible to define. For one person loyalty to the state may be serving in the army, and for another it may be protesting the occupation. One citizen may consider Assad a dictator, and another may feel that he is preferable to having Syria ruled by say, Islamic extremists. What citizens are obligated to do is refrain from committing treasonous acts against the state such as spying for it's enemies, assisting armed attacks on the state etc, which are easy to define.